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  • Babys Tears

    Crassula expansa subsp. fragilis

    This is a pretty, delicate sprawling succulent ground cover. A low-growing perennial or annual, it features thin reddish brown stems, masses of tiny, thick, flat hairy leaves of pale green, and small white 5 pointed star-shaped flowers. These will have your garden looking lively as they attract bees, butterflies and other insects. Looks awesome in…

  • Bright Eyes

    C.atropurpurea var. anomala

    Native to south Africa, this is a compact succulent with upright stems growing just 15cm tall. Lush green leaves are small, fleshy, oval and tightly packed, and can develop vibrant red edges. Its tiny, white flowers bloom from red buds on long stalks. Easy to grow, but like with all succulents, over watering is typically…

  • Buddah’s Temple

    Crassula pyramidalis 'Buddah's Temple'

    This is a very special plant that is highly coveted by collectors. A clustering succulent or shrub growing a mere 10cm tall, this succulent has erect to decumbent stems, tiny square bright green leaves and blooms with little cream-pink, spicy-scented flowers. Uniquely, its leaves form four exact ranks forming a quadrangular column. Native to South…

  • Calico Kitten

    Crassula pellucida marginalis

    Crassula pellucida marginalis, commonly known as Calico Kitten, is a charming succulent, renowned for its vibrant and variegated heart-shaped leaves. The leaves exhibit a beautiful palette of colors, including shades of green, pink, and purple, especially under ample sunlight. It is a trailing plant, making it ideal for hanging baskets or as a spilling plant…

  • Campfire

    C. capitella 'Campfire'

    The Campfire, scientifically known as Crassula corymbulosa coccinea ‘flame,’ is a striking succulent renowned for its vibrant colors and compact growth habit. This variety of Crassula features leaves with green centers and bright red tips, creating a captivating contrast. Interestingly, the coloration intensifies when the plant is exposed to direct sunlight, adding a fiery touch…

  • Chinese Pine Tree

    Crassula tetragona

    The Crassula tetragona, also known as the Chinese Pine Tree, is a beautiful and unique succulent plant that is sure to impress. It gets its name from its pine-like appearance, featuring small and sparse bright green leaves and woody stems that can grow up to 1 meter in height. The Chinese Pine Tree is also…

  • Crassula David

    Crassula lanuginosa var pachystemon david

    Crassula David, scientifically known as Crassula lanuginosa var pachystemon david, is a charming succulent characterized by its thick and low-growing nature. This petite plant forms a dense bush with fleshy, coin-shaped leaves that create a lush foliage display. Standing at a diminutive height of around 5cm, David may be small in stature, but its beauty…

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    Crassula streyii

    Crassula streyii

    Crassula streyii is a succulent plant belonging to the Crassulaceae family. It is characterized by its glossy green leaves with red undersides, forming a rosette shape. The leaves are often oblong, and the plant may produce small pinkish-white flowers. Native to South Africa, this plant thrives in well-drained soil and prefers a sunny to partially…

  • Drakensberg

    Crassula setulosa var. transvaal drakensberg

    The Drakensberg Crassula is a charming, small clumping succulent that is native to South Africa. This delightful plant produces small white buttercup blooms in the winter months, adding a touch of beauty to any indoor or outdoor space. Growing up to 25cm in height, the Drakensberg Crassula thrives in part to full sun and is…

  • Fairy Crassula

    Crassula multicava

    The Fairy Crassula, scientifically known as Crassula multicava, derives its name from the enchanting spray of pink flower buds that eventually bloom into delicate white star-shaped flowers. While the individual blooms may be small, each flower stem typically bears an impressive cluster of 30-40 flowers. Once the flowering phase is complete, the plantlets that form…

  • Gollum

    Crassula ovata 'Gollum'

    Crassula ovata ‘Gollum’, commonly known as Gollum Jade, is a unique succulent with tubular, trumpet-shaped leaves that appear to be tipped with a suction cup. The leaves are green with a hint of red along the edges, giving it a distinct appearance. Native to South Africa, this plant thrives in well-drained soil and prefers bright…

  • Green Ripple Jade

    C.ovata undulatifolia

    The Crassula arborescens subsp. undulatifolia, commonly known as Green Ripple or Curly Jade, is a dense mounding shrub that adds a unique touch to any succulent collection. This delightful plant features mottled shades of green-blue leaves with curled and twisted edges, creating an intriguing ripple effect. Under certain conditions, such as excessive sun or cold,…

  • Heart Leaf Crassula

    Crassula cordata

    It is easy to see how the Heart Leaf Crassula was named after having a close look at the petite leaves of this succulent. These gorgeous leaves are typically a green-grey tone with scattered red spots and red margins.

  • Jade Plant

    Crassula ovata

    The Jade Plant, also known as Crassula ovata, is a popular succulent loved for its unique coin-shaped leaves and its association with bringing good fortune and prosperity. Native to South Africa, this plant thrives in tropical climates and can be easily cared for in most Australian gardens. The Jade Plant produces small clusters of attractive…

  • Large Whipcord

    Cr.ericoides 'Large Whipcord'

    Princess Pine, also known as Clubmoss Crassula, Rattail Crassula, Toy Cypress, Lizard’s Tail, or Zipper Plant, is a unique and attractive succulent with open, sparse leaves that make it stand out from other Crassula plants. Unlike its cousin, the Watch Chain, which has dense, closed leaves, Princess Pine is a standout for its vivid bright…

  • Miniature Jade

    Crassula ovata minor

    The Miniature Jade, also known as Crassula ovata minor, is a delightful succulent plant that closely resembles its larger counterpart, the Jade Plant (Crassula ovata). However, the Miniature Jade has mature leaves that only grow to about half the size, making it a charming and delicate addition to any space. Native to South Africa, the…