Graptoveria Douglas Huth


Another really common Graptoveria as it is so easily propagated from leaf or stem cuttings. Douglas Huth can change colour throughout the seasons and sun conditions dramatically. If placed in less sun (less than 4 hours direct sun) its leaves can turn more of a grey/blue, compared to when it is placed in direct sunlight for over 5 hours a day, it will tend to turn a lovely purple/pink.

Flower stems begin to appear mid winter in Brisbane and will be in full bloom by springtime.

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