Graptopetalum Pendandrum (Superbum) is distinguished by it’s pale lavender to pink coloured leaves that cluster in rosettes at the end of thick stems. Old plants have been noted with stems as long as 2 metres, but generally they will stay more compact when grown in full sun. Around 30cm – 1m is normal when it’s restricted by a pot. The flowers are a real delight; In late winter to early spring bloom 60cm tall sprays of dainty flowers with pale yellow petals and red markings. Graptopetalum Pendandrum looks best in a large pot or out in the garden.