Crassula SP profile

Written by Maggie

Dec 04 2020

Crassula SP profile

Crassula SP is a succulent plant of the genus Pleurotus in the Sedum Palustrum, with white flowers and five petals. It is slightly dormant in summer, growing in spring and autumn, and stays at least minus 5 degrees in winter. It can withstand slight frost.

Crassula SP picture

Crassula SP

Morphological characteristics of Crassula SP

Crassula SP leaves intercycled. The leaf blade has a lot of burr, easy to cluster, flowering late winter to early spring, white, five-petal, flowers in clusters on top of branches, stems with down.

Crassula SP growth environment

Crassula SP prefers a warm, dry and sunny environment.The suitable temperature for growth is 15-25 ℃, and the lowest temperature is not less than 5 ℃. Avoid high temperature more wet, and it’s afraid of water, fear of frost and snow.Watering with moist soil is appropriate, and it’s not suitable for a large amount of watering and spraying.Shading and ventilation are essential in summer.In winter, the plant can continue to grow when the temperature is above 10 degrees Celsius. In fine weather, when the lowest temperature is above 5 degrees Celsius, the plant can be temporarily placed in the open air so that it can receive direct sunlight and fresh air.If you want to keep the plant beautiful, as much light as possible should be given. 

Crassula SP

Distribution of Crassula SP

Crassula SP is native to South Africa and is cultivated in many parts of the world.

Crassula SP breeding method

Crassula SP is propagated by sowing, dividing plants and beheading.Generally, crassula sp is propagated from cuttings by the method of side bud division, and the rest part will sprout more side buds. Sowing can get a large number of seedlings suitable for greenhouses cultivation.Plant pollination must be cross-pollinated. Their flowers are small and difficult to pollinate, requiring patient pollination with a miniature pollinator.

Crassula SP