A selected form of Crassula ovata, a sport selected from Crassula Ovata Ruby. A super compact habit where the growing tips tend to branch and cluster tighter, creating a fuller appearance in smaller containers.
Note: Photo taken 8th of May 2016, showing plants reproduced from cutting, under trial in a production nursery. This plant is eligible for Australian Plant Protection Rights. Jan Morgan of Glenfield Wholesale Nursery, Picton NSW, developed the variety.Flowers Over the autumn and winter months, showy clusters of white and pink small flowers appear above the foliage. Height 60cm. Height is controlled by container size and trimming. Usage Medium sized containers for patio's, balconies and courtyards. Tabletop decoration; Bonsai style subject; Combination planting for small dish gardens; indoor use; mini Jades make great wedding gifts or favours. Features & Benefits
Succulents are well suited to growing in small pots for an extended period of time. Year round beauty and ease of care, make them ideal choices for table tops, window sills and bonsai style planting.Share