Crassula is a creeping, succulent ground-cover, or low-growing, spreading succulent shrub, indigenous to South Africa. It is highly variable, tolerates shade, and several forms are popular in cultivation.
Water: moderately from spring to autumn, sparingly at other times
Location: in bright, filtered light or full sun
When in growth feed every two or three weeks with a balanced liquid feed
Soil: cactus or for succulents
Crassula marginalis Hanging 15Ø 20cm
- Height up to 10-90cm
- Temperature minimum 7 ‘C
- Bright light
- Cactus compost
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