Crassula ‘Buddha’s Temple’
This plant is a hybrid between Crassula pyramidialis and Crassula perfoliata created by Myron Kimnnach in 1959. The grey-green, scale-like leaves of this unusual succulent, are tightly packed – one on top of the other – and gently curled at their tips. As the plant grows, quite distinctive square shaped columns are formed, which become branching as the plant matures.
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CRASSULA BUDDHA’S TEMPLE CARE INSTRUCTIONS
- Soil: They are not particular about soil pH, but Crassulas require very porous soil with excellent drainage
- Sun exposure: Full sun to partial shade. However, intense afternoon sun can burn the leaves of the plant
- Watering: soak and dry method
- Hardiness: tender (indoors only)
The pictures show the actual plants we sell. They are 5 cm 2 inches tall and will arrive in 5.5cm 2 inches plastic nursery pots.
Please note that we post Crassula Buddha's Temple in a 5.5cm plastic nursery pot, and use recycled packaging where possible.
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- Latin Name: Crassula ‘Buddha’s Temple’
- Common Name: Crassula ‘Buddha’s Temple’
- Origin: South Africa