Crassula ‘Emerald’ is a hybrid of Crassula barklyi and Crassula susannae, thought to be a chance seedling in John Cooper’s collection.
As its name suggests, during off-season the plant will display a very emerald-green colouring but in the warmer, brighter months, it turns a more ruby-red. The formation is a true representative of the two parents, it has a tight snake-look rosette which opens towards the top. During the winter, this variety will bloom with beautiful white flowers that appear from the centre of the rosette. It will offset a lot and especially during the flowering period.
A great texture and solid form such as this is perfect as a house plant indoors on a bright windowsill.