Succulents are popular for two simple reasons: they are beautiful and nearly indestructible. Graptopetalum macdougallii is an attractive succulent plant with leaves arranged in rosettes and a great confidence booster for the new gardener to grow.Graptopetalum macdougallii is an attractive succulent plant belongs to the family of the Crassulaceae. The leaves are arranged in rosettes. Each ground-hugging rosette bears up to 50 leaves and is up to 3 inches in diameter. This gives mature succulents a rangy appearance, which is easy fix by pinching back. The leaves are rounded, tongue-shaped to semi-spathulate, bright bluish to greenish, glaucous, and sharply pointed at the apex. The flower has 5 petals marked with dense red lines.