Sharp-Leaved Crassula, Plakkiebos (Afr.)
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This branching plant grows as an under-storey plant in thickets. Grown for its foliage in garden rockeries. A small, bushy succulent with attractive rounded leaves, often with reddish colouration, and yellowish flowers in midsummer; a low-maintenance plant that is perfect for dry, water-wise gardens. ZA Distribution: Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, Western Cape.
Generally not harvested
Root stem cuttings in spring and summer in a course, sandy seedling mix.
Can go for extended periods without water.
Can be grown in containers in a free draining, course potting medium.
Africa, South Africa, Karoo region
Full Sun, Partial Shade, Partial Sun
Soil PH preference
Not well know as a garden plant, but it will do well in rockeries and dry flower beds, as well as pots.
Yellow, Cream, Green
Generally problem free
Plant with other succulents.