Crassula 'Buddha's Temple' - Statement Plants

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Crassula 'Buddha's Temple'

An unusual looking succulent that forms interesting tall, columnar rosettes. Will grow in full sun, part shade or in bright filtered light.

Full sun to part shade

Drought tolerant

Well drained gritty soil

Partly frost tolerant (see notes)

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  • An unusual succulent that forms interesting tall, columnar rosettes. Crassula cv. Buddha's Temple is one of the more interesting succulents, with densely packed, silvery-green leaves, that overlap slightly to form a square shaped column. It has pink to white flowers that bloom whenever the conditions are acceptable.

    It is an easy care plant once established and will grow in full sun to part shade. Plant in a cactus mix or compost with sand/grit and perlite added. Water when dry in the warmer months, less in winter.

    Synonyms

    Buddha's Temple
    Crassula cv. Budda's Temple, Crassula cv. Kimnachi


    Plant height Around 15cm high
    Plant width Individual to 4cm wide
    Habit Upright, rosette
    Growth Cycle Perennial
    Foliage Grey to grey-green, thick, densley stacked leaves forming a square.
    Flower Pink to white
    Flowering time Anytime in favourable conditions
    Toxicity May be harmful if ingested. Keep away from pets and children.