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Image of Crassula ovata

James H. Schutte

(Jade Plant)

The starry pink flowers of 'Pink Beauty' usually peak in early to mid winter. The fragrant blooms are unusually profuse giving plants a frothy pink look. Its fleshy green leaves become red-edged when weather becomes chilly or excessively hot and dry.

Almost everyone knows the ever-popular jade plant. This South African succulent is a rubbery-stemmed evergreen shrub with fleshy bright green leaves that look outstanding year round. In late-winter or spring it produces a wealth of tiny, starry white...

Image of Crassula ovata

James H. Schutte

(Jade Plant)

The starry pink flowers of 'Pink Puff' usually peak in late fall to early winter. The fragrant blooms are profuse giving plants a frothy pink look. Its fleshy green leaves become red-edged when weather becomes chilly or excessively hot and dry.

Almost everyone knows the ever-popular jade plant. This South African succulent is a rubbery-stemmed evergreen shrub with fleshy bright green leaves that look outstanding year round. In late-winter or spring it produces a wealth of tiny, starry white or...

Image of Crassula ovata

James H. Schutte

(Jade Plant, Variegated Jade Plant)

Variegated jade plant is a colorful selection with fleshy, ivory or pale yellow striped green leaves. Small starry white or pinkish flowers provide additional ornament from spring to fall. Like most variegated plants, this selection is slower growing and less robust than standard green-leaved jade plants.

Almost everyone knows the ever-popular jade plant. This South African succulent is a rubbery-stemmed evergreen shrub with fleshy bright green leaves that look outstanding year round. In late-winter...

Image of Crassula pellucida photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Crassula)

This sweet little ground hugging succulent from Southeast Africa is ideal for small yards and rock gardens, spreading into mats of beautiful geometric foliage. Paired along lax stems, the small green leaves exhibit the typically precise geometry of this genus. Variety marginalis is the most commonly grown form, with flat, round leaves that become red-edged in heat and sun. Small up-facing starry white flowers, sometimes with pink stripes, appear in spring and sporadically at other times...

Image of Crassula perfoliata photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

(Crassula)

This tender succulent subshrub is beloved for its striking foliage and form. It is a robust native of eastern South Africa, where summers are moist and winters dry. Fleshy, upright, knee-high to waist-high stems are furnished with long, lance-shaped, silver-gray leaves that resemble oversized snow pea pods. The leaves stand at right angles to the stem, clasping it at their bases. Forms of the species known variously as falcata or minor have leaves that are twisted propeller-fashion....

Image of Crassula perfoliata var. minor photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

This tender succulent subshrub is beloved for its striking foliage and form. It is a robust native of eastern South Africa, where summers are moist and winters dry. Fleshy, upright, knee-high to waist-high stems are furnished with long, sickle-shaped, silver-gray leaves that resemble oversized snow pea pods. The leaves stand at right angles to the stem, clasping it at their bases, and are twisted propeller-fashion. One of the showiest crassulas in bloom, this plant bears large flat or slightly domed...

Image of Crassula perforata photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

Closely paired on fleshy stems, the clasping, stubby, triangular leaves of this perennial succulent from southeastern Africa resemble a string of beads. The thick, succulent, evergreen leaves are downy and coated with a silvery bloom. Their margins turn red in sun and heat. The short upright stems become pendulous as they age and lengthen. Long cylindrical clusters of small yellowish white flowers are borne on red stalks in late winter and spring, and sporadically at other seasons. The fragrant blooms...

(Pubescent Pygmyweed)

Bearing rosettes of attractive fleshy foliage, this evergreen succulent perennial from South Africa makes an excellent plant for containers and frost free rock gardens. It is most often grown in the form of its subspecies radicans, whose prostrate stems root at the nodes to form carpets of bright green leaves that become red-tinted in sun. Other forms of this plant have fuzzy gray-green leaves. Leaf shape varies from narrowly elliptic to oval. Upright stems topped with rounded clusters of...

Image of Crassula pubescens ssp. radicans photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Trailing Pubescent Pygmyweed)

Grown for its attractive fleshy foliage, this evergreen succulent from South Africa makes an excellent plant for containers and frost free rock gardens. The prostrate stems of this shrubby perennial root at the nodes to form carpets of bright green oval leaves that become red-tinted in sun. Upright stems topped with rounded clusters of small white flowers appear in winter and spring, and sporadically at other times of year.

Like most succulents, this plant requires fast drainage, whether grown...

Image of Crassula rhodogyna photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

Noted for their handsome, succulent, paired leaves, which are often arranged in striking geometric patterns, the 200 or so annuals, perennials, and small shrubs in the genus Crassula are mostly endemic to southern Africa.

Plants in this remarkably diverse genus have fleshy leaves and stems rich in specialized water holding cells that grant exceptional drought resistance. Plant habit ranges from creeping to upright. Most crassulas grown today are small species suitable for containers....