2 inch crassula rupestris
2 inch crassula rupestris
2 inch crassula rupestris
2 inch crassula rupestris

Crassula rupestris is a colourful and free-flowering, erect, spreading or decumbent much branched shrublets up to 500 mm high, with a fine display of greyish or pinkish leaves that have horny red or yellow margins. The leaves, borne on opposite sides of the shoots, connect at the base to give the foliage the appearance of a string of beads. Produces dense heads of many pink or white flowers in close bunches at the ends of the branches.

Origin and Habitat: From Vanrhynsdorp in the west to the Fish River valley in the Eastern Cape.

Stem: Round branched a palm and more in height clothed by leaves, with old leaves usually deciduous.
Root: Perennial branched.
Leaves: In closely-set opposite pairs, fleshy, ovate, to lance-shaped, quite entire, approximate convex and carinated beneath, obtuse or rounded, 3-15 mm long, 2-13 mm broad, smooth, glabrous or distinctly soft-hairy, leaf bases fused into a fleshy disc, glaucous-green, brownish-red or purple with red or yellow margin.
Inflorescences (thyrses): Capitate, trichotomous, short-stalked, rounded. Peduncle up to 20 mm long and partly hidden by upper leaves, with spreading bracts at least 3 mm long at base of inflorescence.
Flowers: White or pinkish. Pedicels glabrous of a purplish colour. Calyx lobes narrowly to broadly triangular, c. 1 mm long, pointed, glabrous, fleshy, glaucous-green often tinged red.
Corolla tubular, fused basally for 0,4-0,6 mm, white and more or less tinged pink or red. Stamens with brown anthers. Squamae oblong to square, 0,4-0,9 x 0,3-0,6 mm, usually truncate, rarely somewhat cuneate, fleshy yellow.
Blooming season: Spring (flowering in habitat from June to October).

Hardiness: Although the plants will survive mild frost if kept dry (hardy as low as -5° C) they should be protected from frost to prevent scarring. USDA 9b-12

Sun Exposure: They need full sun or bright, filtered light with ample airflow to stay compact, but avoid direct blasting sun in mid summer (with sun exposure the leaf develops a nice brownish tint), they do not do well in full shade as they tend to etiolate, fall over and rot easily.


Some of the information in this description has been found at desert-tropicals.com, llifle.com and cactus-art.biz

Bloom Season Spring
Botanical Name Crassula rupestris
Common Name Rosary plant
Dormancy Summer
Family Crassulaceae
Flower Color White/Near White
Growth Habit Hanging, trailing
Growth Rate Slow
Mature Size 612 in. (1530 cm)
Resistance 5° C
Sun Exposure Full sun to partial shade

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2 inch crassula rupestris

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Please note: Our large plants are many years old, and as a result, they might have minor scaring but will arrive 100% healthy and looking great.

Please note: Our large plants are shipped bare root. They are also many years old, and as a result, they might have minor scaring but will arrive healthy and looking great.

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Plants that are in 3.5" pots and smaller will be shipped in its pot to prevent any damage to the roots. Any plant that is 6" and larger WILL NOT come with a pot as it will be shipped bare root.

Depending on the species and season, you will receive a very similar plant to the one in the picture. It may or may not be blooming at the time of your purchase.

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Crassula rupestris is a colourful and free-flowering, erect, spreading or decumbent much branched shrublets up to 500 mm high, with a fine display of greyish or pinkish leaves that have horny red or yellow margins. The leaves, borne on opposite sides of the shoots, connect at the base to give the foliage the appearance of a string of beads. Produces dense heads of many pink or white flowers in close bunches at the ends of the branches.

Origin and Habitat: From Vanrhynsdorp in the west to the Fish River valley in the Eastern Cape.

Stem: Round branched a palm and more in height clothed by leaves, with old leaves usually deciduous.
Root: Perennial branched.
Leaves: In closely-set opposite pairs, fleshy, ovate, to lance-shaped, quite entire, approximate convex and carinated beneath, obtuse or rounded, 3-15 mm long, 2-13 mm broad, smooth, glabrous or distinctly soft-hairy, leaf bases fused into a fleshy disc, glaucous-green, brownish-red or purple with red or yellow margin.
Inflorescences (thyrses): Capitate, trichotomous, short-stalked, rounded. Peduncle up to 20 mm long and partly hidden by upper leaves, with spreading bracts at least 3 mm long at base of inflorescence.
Flowers: White or pinkish. Pedicels glabrous of a purplish colour. Calyx lobes narrowly to broadly triangular, c. 1 mm long, pointed, glabrous, fleshy, glaucous-green often tinged red.
Corolla tubular, fused basally for 0,4-0,6 mm, white and more or less tinged pink or red. Stamens with brown anthers. Squamae oblong to square, 0,4-0,9 x 0,3-0,6 mm, usually truncate, rarely somewhat cuneate, fleshy yellow.
Blooming season: Spring (flowering in habitat from June to October).

Hardiness: Although the plants will survive mild frost if kept dry (hardy as low as -5° C) they should be protected from frost to prevent scarring. USDA 9b-12

Sun Exposure: They need full sun or bright, filtered light with ample airflow to stay compact, but avoid direct blasting sun in mid summer (with sun exposure the leaf develops a nice brownish tint), they do not do well in full shade as they tend to etiolate, fall over and rot easily.


Some of the information in this description has been found at desert-tropicals.com, llifle.com and cactus-art.biz

Bloom Season Spring
Botanical Name Crassula rupestris
Common Name Rosary plant
Dormancy Summer
Family Crassulaceae
Flower Color White/Near White
Growth Habit Hanging, trailing
Growth Rate Slow
Mature Size 612 in. (1530 cm)
Resistance 5° C
Sun Exposure Full sun to partial shade

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