Hobbit Jade | Crassula Horntree

Latin Name: Crassula 'Horntree'
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A fascinating succulent with tubular leaves in a coral-like formation. Just as easy as the commonplace jade plant to which it is closely related, and just as beautiful. Named after the hunting horn shape of the leaves.

By far the most common issue with Crassula horntree is overwatering, so leave a long dry phase between watering. These are slow growing, but long lasting. If you have the patience, then after a few years in a bright spot you will have a stunning individual specimen that will routinely produce delicate white flowers.

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