Original:Crassula ‘Estagnol’ is a miniature Crassula with an attractive spiral growing habit. It has bright green leaves and grows in short, clustering columns though is quite slow growing. When the plant is old enough, the stems are divided into 3-6 and growing tips can bloom with small white flowers. Probably Crassula pyramidalis is one of the parents of this hybrid. New:Crassula are succulent, herbaceous plants. Some varieties are suitable for rock gardens in mild regions as long as the soil is well drained. The thick leaves are often covered with hair or 'meal' and the flowers are generally small in size and borne on terminal panicles. Crassulas can easily be grown from leaf cuttings.
The Crassula Spiralis destined to impress, and priced at only R 35.00.