The botanical name of the Ghost plant is Graptopetalum Paraguayense. Also, this plant is cold-hardy luscious in nature having pale grey or whitish leaves on slouching stems. Most importantly, its flexible growth will provide a big aid to make it stand out in your landscape either as an unusual groundcover or as a houseplant or even cascading down a container.
Moreover, it is inexpensive, easy to grow, and propagate. Its flowers are arranged in a beautiful star formation. In addition, Ghost plants are identified by their thick fleshy leaves which further form beautiful rosettes. Also, these rosettes store water shared by all succulents helping them to adapt to an arid environment.
Additionaly, if you are thinking of pairing this unique succulent with another plant, here is the link to check out our other succulents!