Crassula Ovata (Lemon & Lime)


Variegated Crassula Ovata is a slow growing succulent shrub, reaching up to 1.2m tall. If kept in full sun it will develop pink margins on the leaves, becoming a tri-colour leaf. Flowers usually appear late winter or early spring. Winter is growing season for most Crassula varieties however some tend to grow consistently throughout the year in Queensland weather. This particular specimen has been grown from a small cutting with only 2 leaves and has taken 2 1/2 years to reach its current size.

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