Scientific Name: Crassula Erosula, Crassula Capitella
The plant produces rosettes of fleshy, oval to lance-shaped, green or gray-green leaves that often have red spots, margins, or suffusion. Sparsely branched stems crowded with four-ranked leaves emerge from the rosettes in spring or early summer. The stems may be upright or prostrate, and the leaves hairy or smooth. Spike-like clusters of small white pink-tinged flowers appear at the stem tips in summer and early fall.
-Max. Height: 30.5 cm
-Max. Width: 61.0 cm
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Sunlight: Full sun to partial shade
Water: Moderate, Low
Soil: A well-drained soil mix, Sand
Flowering Period: Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall
Country of Origin: Southern Africa
Gardening Tips: Remove spent flower stems to improve appearance and prevent self-sowing. Use pruning saws and loppers for moderate work, and a chainsaw for heavy work (open Tools & Equipments section).
12 cm, 14 cm