Graptopetalum succulent has pinkish-grey succulent leaves and trailing rosette form, ghost plants add a modern touch to container plantings and rock gardens. Like most succulents, the ghost plant is a low maintenance specimen when you meet its basic growing requirements. Sharp drainage, abundant sunlight, and scant irrigation are the keys to a healthy ghost plant that will soon be producing new offshoots for you to propagate.
Ghost plants will be at their most handsome or full sun or bright dappled shade. It need good drainage to maintain a healthy root system. The more rainfall your area receives, the more drainage you must provide for ghost plants. Plants growing outdoors in full sun and summer temperatures will appreciate a weekly drink. Ghost plants thrive in hot weather, but excess humidity is a problem in areas with poorly draining soil. All plants need nutrients to grow, but succulents can grow in low-nutrient soil, and excess fertilizing will burn the leaves.