There are many reasons why Vera Higgins Graptosedums are popular. First and foremost, they are beautiful plants. They have a wide variety of colors and shapes, making them stand out from the crowd. They also grow quickly, making them perfect for people who want to keep their plants alive but don’t have a lot of time for them. Finally, Vera Higgins Graptosedums tend to be very easy to care for – all you need is some water and sunlight!
Succulent Graptosedum ‘Vera Higgins’ – 4″ Pot
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Vera Higgins Graptosedum is a genus of carnivorous plant in the family Amorphophallaceae. It is endemic to the Andes of Ecuador and Peru, where it grows at elevations of 3,000-4,000 meters. The genus was first formally described in 1872 by Jules Henri Gratiani.While many people might not know what a carnivorous plant is, theyre definitely familiar with plants thateat insects or other small animals. Vera Higgins Graptosedum is one such plant – it has triangular leaves that are covered in sharp teeth-like projections. When an insect or other small animal tries to eat from the plants leaves, the teeth quickly stab into the prey, killing it instantly.
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- -It is a carnivorous plant which feeds on insects, other small animals and fallen fruit.
- -A few leaves will actually feed. They are conical in shape and bear numerous triangular teeth
- S-shaped stems
- Knobs of crystals on leaf margins
- Deep orange and dark green color
- Leaves, native to the Andes, have wounds on their margins
- Feeds your greenery with organic fertilizer
- Grows in simply, can grow up to 1ft per month
- Beautiful, large, terrarium
- Habitat-like environment that is easy to maintain
- Growth of realistic plants