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Crassula Spiralis

Crassula Spiralis

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Crassula 'Spiralis' (also known as C. 'Estagnol'): A particularly unique form of succulent. This slow-growing, stacked Crassula has small, green leaves that spiral around a central stem. The stems can branch and form a small, shrubby plant up to about 5.0" tall. It blooms with clusters of small, white flowers.Crassula Spiralis is a beautiful and unique Crassula that naturally forms spirals as it grows. As the plant matures you can expect to see the green to bright green leaves to be densely packed growing upwards. The succulent is ideal for people who want to have something beautiful in their home. When the plant floweres you can expect small white flowers.

  • You will receive a very similar plant to the one shown in the photos; shape and color may vary

- Available in 2" and 4" .  ( Not shipped in exact pot)

- 4" may ship bare roots which requires more time and labor, and provide excellent quality and service to our customers. 

  • Light - Most Crassula plants need some shade in the hottest part of summer but require bright light to attain their most vibrant color. When grown outdoors, a site with morning sun and afternoon shade is perfect (if placed in full sun all day, the leaves may scald). When grown indoors, place your plants in a spot that receives bright indirect light all day, or direct sun for six hours of the day. A southern-facing window is ideal.
  • Soil - Crassula plants need soil that is very well-draining and will do best in sandy, rocky blends formulated especially for succulents. They prefer neutral to slightly acidic soil, but even extreme pH levels rarely kill the plant. Crassula plants will react badly to boggy, wet soils, as their roots can easily rot.
  • Water - As a general rule of thumb, succulent plants prefer sparse watering. To avoid overwatering, soak the plant, allow it to drain completely, then wait for the soil to dry out before watering again. During cooler months, you can reduce watering, as the roots can rot in cold, wet soil. Crassula plants begin actively growing in the spring, so watch for a slight increase in watering needs. When grown indoors, watering should be minimised from late fall through winter, as the plants go semi-dormant during this time.

  • Temperature and humidity - Crassula plants can be grown outdoors as perennials in zones 9 through 12, but elsewhere you will need to bring them in for the winter or grow them as houseplants. Some species will tolerate a mild frost, but temperatures below 30 degrees Fahrenheit may be enough to kill them off. Jade plants and other Crassula species prefer low humidity, but they also survive nicely in very humid climates. 
  • Fertiliser - Feed Crassula plants sparingly. You can give them a little organic fertiliser that mentions on the label that it's good for succulents. Fertilise in mid-spring when they start actively growing, but further feeding is not necessary.
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