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Graptopetalum bellum (aka Tacitus bellus) has grey-green rosettes and one of the most beautiful flower displays with starry, bright pink flowers.
Graptopetalum filiferum is an intriguing species related forming a tight, symmetrical rosette of grey-green leaves each with a pink, hair-like tip.
Bluebean (Graptopetalum pachyphyllum) forms small rosettes of blue, bean-like, succulent leaves that flush with pink.
Graptopetalum pentandrum, or Ghost Plant, forms flattened rosettes of pointed, frosty lavender, succulent leaves.
Graptopetalum 'Ellen' branches at the base to form upright colonies of fleshy pale silver-blue leaves that can flush dusty rose to reddish with stress.
Graptopetalum 'Mirinae Variegata' is a rare, variegated, miniature, branching succulent with pale blue leaves with white edges.
Graptopetalum 'Purple Delight' has fleshy, succulent rosettes flushed with purple and pink on short trunks.
Graptoveria (Echeveria) 'Chanel' has thick, rounded leaves in powder blue that develop pink tones on older foliage.
Graptoveria (Echeveria) 'Lovely Rose' forms interesting, squished, silver rosettes that are not completely symmetrical.
Graptoveria (Echeveria) 'Rose Queen' ('Stone Rosa') is a beautiful cultivar with lavender-blue leaves highlighted with glowing pink especially along the leaf margins.
Graptoveria amethorum has thick, rounded leaves in shades of grey-blue and grey-green with burgundy and purplish highlights.
Echeveria 'Colourful Stone' is a unique variegated succulent in tones of pink, apricot, yellow, and pale grey-blue.