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Browsing: Crassula

Crassula is a large genus of succulent plants native to many parts of the world, but the species that are used in gardening or by collectors are coming almost exclusively from South Africa.

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Crassula congesta

Crassula congesta is a small monocarpic succulent with an erect stem and usually 4 to 5 pairs of leaves. It grows up to 8 inches (20 cm) tall, usually…

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Crassula 'Roger Jones'

Crassula 'Roger Jones' is a beautiful small succulent with stemless, bowl-shaped rosettes of flat, rounded, green leaves that develop a red tinge on the…

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Crassula 'Ruby Lotus'

Crassula 'Ruby Lotus' is a truly stunning succulent, similar in form to Crassula 'Garnet Lotus', but with slightly longer, more pointed leaves, vibrant…

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Crassula orbicularis

Crassula orbicularis is a succulent perennial with flattened rosettes of fleshy green leaves. It has a shallow root system and produces runners, forming…

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Crassula montana

Crassula montana is a small succulent, up to 1.2 inches (3 cm) tall, with egg-shaped leaves arranged in rosettes. It usually proliferates from the base…

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