Crassula lanuginosa pachystemon

1326-C13-CRAS-LAG-PACH

It is an easy to care for and long-lasting succulent.

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Description:

Crassula Lanuginosa Pachystemon is a small perennial plant that forms compact rosettes up to 10 cm high. Its leaves are semi-rounded, flattened at the top, and end in a sharp point. These leaves are covered with small, finely papillose hairs. The rosettes can reach a diameter of up to 3.5 cm.

Origin and history:

This species is native to certain regions of South Africa. It belongs to the genus Crassula, which includes numerous species of succulent plants. Crassula Lanuginosa Pachystemon has gained popularity in succulent plant cultivation due to its attractive appearance and easy care.

Pruning:

Pruning on Crassula Lanuginosa Pachystemon is minimal and is usually done to remove dead or damaged leaves. It is important to use clean, sharp tools to avoid damaging the plant. Bad leaves can be gently cut off with disinfected scissors to maintain the health of the plant.

Watering:

This plant is succulent, which means it has the ability to store water in its tissues. Therefore, it does not require frequent watering. It should be watered moderately, allowing the substrate to dry out between waterings to avoid excess moisture, which can lead to root rot. During winter, when the plant is dormant, watering frequency should be further reduced.

Care:

- Light: Crassula Lanuginosa Pachystemon prefers a sunny or bright light exposure.

1326-C13-CRAS-LAG-PACH

Data sheet

Name
Crassula Lanuginosa Pachystemon
Origen
South Africa
Height
It can grow to be between 10 and 20 centimeters in height, with a similar spread.
Colour
The leaves of Crassula lanuginosa pachystemon are a grayish-green color, with a slight silver hue on the surface due to the fine fuzz that covers them.
Flowering
It produces small white or pale pink flowers during the spring.
Location
It prefers exposure to full sun or bright indirect light. It is suitable for cultivation indoors and outdoors in warm climates.
Irrigation
It should be watered moderately, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings to avoid excess moisture, which can cause root rot.
Applications
Crassula lanuginosa pachystemon is valued as an ornamental plant in rock gardens, pots, and succulent arrangements. It can also be used in xeriscape garden designs due to its drought tolerance.
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Note
It is recommended to provide adequate drainage in the soil to prevent waterlogging, which can be detrimental to the plant's health. Additionally, it is important to protect it from frost, as it does not tolerate extremely low temperatures.

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