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Ghost Plant With its silvery lavender-blue foliage it's easy to see where ghost plant (Graptopetalum paraguayense) gets its common name. This lovely foliage plant is easy to grow and propagate; simply snip off a leaf or the end of a shoot and pot it in barely moist soil. Ghost plant likes a bright spot and the stems can grow a foot or more long.

Of all the succulents I grow, ghost plants are among the easiest and most remarkable. They are true survivors. Damaged stem? No problem. No water? The plant hunkers down and looks pretty much the same for months. Frost? It’s gotten down to 17 degrees in my garden, and the graptopetalums were fine

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I don't know what kind of succulent this is, but I need it in my life. The bare exposed roots are so dramatic.

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Looking for a unique houseplant, try an air plant. We love Xerographica (variety pictured) air plants for their size, color, and interesting texture.

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