Crassula Pyramidalis x Congesta
It is a hybrid of 2 species: Crassula pyramidalis and Crassula congesta. Its quadrangular green stem is formed by numerous flat, triangular and compact leaves, arranged in 4 rows. Over time it tends to branch out and lignify at the base. Like many other plants of the Crassula genus, with the prolonged exposure to the sun or in dry cold conditions, it takes on a beautiful reddish or purplish shade. In autumn, at the apex of the stem, its creamy white inflorescences bloom. It is an ideal plant to give a touch of elegance and style to your balconies and gardens.
Full to partial sun
Water generously when soil is dry.
50% potting mix 50% non organic material (pumice or perlite).
Fish emulsion, kelp solution, worm casting, shrimp compost.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ROOTING CUTTINGS
Insert a small section of cutting into the soil. When soil is dry, water the plant sparingly. Roots should form in the following two weeks. Plants should be in bright shade during the rooting period. To avoid leaves from getting burnt, acclimatize the plant to full sun.