Not entirely sure about her parentage but I do suspect there is Glutinicaule in her, maybe the other half is Oviferum or Amethsytinum (which makes her another Graptophytum?
All plants will be ship bare-rooted or minimal roots with no soil. They might days or weeks for them to root; they might also dry up some leaves to root, don't worry this is their natural mechanism to root. Please note some succulents might not look their best as they have travelled far but under great care and they will blush again
Succulents loves sun, drought and drainage:
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