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- 20-30cmMoney plant Crassula ovata GollumCrassula ovata Gollum€10.95Stock 41These small shrubby succulents make great easy to maintain house plants. Gollum has unique glossy green tubular leaves with a reddish tint. The... Learn More
- 20-30cmCrasula arborescens krul 10.5 cm potCrasula arborescens€8.50Stock 12Crassula Money Tree Arborescens curl is an easy-care houseplant. The trunk of... Learn More
- Ø 12cmCrassula Portulacea Gollum JadeCrassula portulacea€10.95Out of stockAlso known as Horseshoe or Spoon Jade. In recent years they've been called Shrek Plant, Gollum Fingers, ET Fingers or Hobbit Plant. Crassula... Learn More
- 20-30cmCrassula ovata MinorCrasula ovata Minor€10.95Out of stockCrassula ovata Minor is also known as Crassula ovata Minima it has glossy green thick fleshy leaves with reddish edges. Learn More
- Ø 10cmCrassula perforata Giant FormCrassula perforata Giant Form€8.50Out of stockCrassula perforata Giant Form is a rare succulent plant with pretty bluish red tips which sets off the grey/blue foliage beautifully. Produces... Learn More
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Crassula lucky plant or Money Plant
Crassula belongs to the group of plants known as "succulents" plants. The genus Crassula includes around 200 species. Crassulas are usually propagated by stem or leaf cuttings so you can easily cultivate new plants by sticking a leaf into some soil. Many species originally come from South Africa and grow in sunny, dry areas.
They are not frost hardy but make great easy to maintain succulent houseplants. They are able to survive long dry periods. Crassula are not fussy when it comes to the soil but its important that the soil can drain the water immediately. When the soil is too wet there is also the possibility that the roots will rot. Let the soil dry out properly before you water it again and not just the top soil, check the roots regularly. Because Crassula grows slowly it is not necessary to feed it much.