Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert
Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert
Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert
Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert
Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert
Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert
Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert
Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert
Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert
Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert
Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert
Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert
Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert
Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert
Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert
Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert
Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert
Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert
Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert
Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert
Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert
Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert
Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert
Crassula Morgan’s Beauty - Planet Desert

Crassula Morgan’s Beauty

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Crassula Morgan’s Beauty

(This plant comes in a 3.5 inch pot. 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. The plant is shipped in its pot to prevent any damage to the roots).

Crassula Morgan’s Beauty

Crassula Morgan’s Beauty is a crossing between Crassula perfoliata and Crassuala mesembryanthemopsis, both native to the Southern Africa. It develops into a compact plant 5-10 cm wide.
Leaves: It has chubby, silvery-green leaves with a blush of blue and pink.
Flowers: Produces a short-stemmed cluster of small, pinkish and fragrant flowers.
Blooming season: It blooms in winter to spring, but may also occur other times of year as seen in Crassula falcata.


Cultivation and Propagation: Excellent for pots-flowers.
Exposition: It does best in bright light with some morning- and/or evening sun. A half shaded place will be tolerated. afternoon sun and high heat in summer can cause leaf drop.
Water: Drench the soil well, water running out of the pot’s hole must be removed after a few minutes. Wet legs can cause rotten roots. Before adding water next allow to dry.
Pests and bugs: Crassulas are sensitive to mealybugs. Large clumps of C. 'Morgan's Beauty' should be lifted and divided in the winter to prevent the clumps from rotting.

 

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