The Pink Hybrid Succulent Graptosedum ‘Alpenglow’

Graptosedum 'Alpenglow' Image

Graptosedum ‘Alpenglow’ is a fantastic plant with pink-purple leaves all snuggled together. It’s super easy to take care of and perfect for everyone. Even if you’re new to plants, don’t worry because this article below is for you. It will answer all questions you can think of this succulent. 

Graptosedum ‘Alpenglow’ Appearance

Graptosedum ‘Alpenglow’ has cool leaves that mix pink and purple. The leaves are chubby and grow in a neat circle. The rosettes are tiny and typically range from a few inches to around six inches in diameter. The surface is smooth and fleshy when you touch it. Besides, they are covered by a waxing coat that helps the plant retain moisture and reduce water loss.

Plant Physical Part of Graptosedum 'Alpenglow' Image

Graptosedum ‘Alpenglow’ has cute little flowers. They come in colors like pink, red, or coral. You can see them on tall stems that grow above the leaves. These flowers usually show up when it’s warm, often in spring and early summer. Though lasting for a short period, Graptosedum ‘Alpenglow’ flowers light your garden with their beauty.

‘Alpenglow’ has roots near the top of the soil. First, they keep it stand firmly in the soil. These roots tend to grow horizontally, so they’re good at getting some water from watering or rainfall. Besides, these roots also store water in each of them. There is no doubt about the ability to catch the nutrients to feed the succulent.

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Graptosedum ‘Alpenglow’ Care Guide

Sunlight: ‘Alpenglow’ loves sunlight. Please place it in a spot with plenty of sunlight, ideally 6 hours or more each day. It can thrive both indoors and outdoors. If indoors, locate near a sunny window or use growing light to provide sufficient light. It hates harsh and intense sunlight because of its damage to the leaf’s surface.

Soil: Use well-draining soil to prevent overwatering. A cactus or succulent mix works well. Or you can make your own succulent at home. Let’s combine regular potting soil with coarse sand or perlite.

Watering: Water sparingly. The exact watering frequency depends on you and your growing conditions. However, there is a typical timetable that you can consult. That occurs every 2 to 3 weeks and only once monthly in dormant seasons. Let the soil dry out between waterings. It’s done when you see the water flow out of the drainage holes.

Temperature: Please keep it in a warm environment. ‘Alpenglow’ prefers temperatures between 60-75°F (15-24°C). Please protect it from frost, as it doesn’t like the cold.

Container Gardening: If in a pot, ensure it has drainage holes. This helps prevent waterlogging, which succulents don’t like.

Fertilization: Fertilize sparingly during the growing season (spring and summer). A diluted, balanced fertilizer every 4-6 weeks is usually sufficient.

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Graptosedum ‘Alpenglow’ Propagation

Making more Graptosedum ‘Alpenglow’ is super easy and fun! Pick a healthy leaf from the plant and let it dry for a day. Then, plant it in some soil. Keep the soil a bit wet; soon, you’ll see roots growing and tiny new plants popping up. Once these little guys have grown, you can move them to their pots or into your garden and follow the care guide above.


So, in simple words, Graptosedum ‘Alpenglow’ is a super cool plant. It’s easy to care for and has pretty pink-purple leaves that make everything look nicer. Whether inside your home or in the garden, this plant is a wonderful choice for anyone who likes plants. So enjoy the beauty it brings to your space and happy planting!!!

Before you go, can you spend a few minutes viewing other succulents on the Graptosedum genus:

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