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Red Crassula Overview
When hiking up Table Mountain in midsummer to find the red disa, Disa uniflora, in flower, one is sure to also see the brilliant red crassula, Crassula coccinea, hanging from the cliffs. If lucky, and patient, one will also see the mountain pride butterfly, Aeropetes tulbaghia, which pollinates both.
How to propagate Red Crassula
The seed may be sown outdoors after frost danger has passed or stem cuttings may be taken in the summer months if you live in a warm region.
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Other uses of Red Crassula
Rock garden, ornamental, greenhouse, indoors