Crassula pyramidalis, also known as the Pagoda Mini Jade, is a slow-growing sculptural succulent.
It features a square-shaped column of tightly packed thin leaves that will blush red under intense light.
This species is monocarpic (dies back after flowering), but pups will grow from the base. Not only does it offset after flowering, but it will offset multiple times during the season to create a fantastic sculpture.
The flowers are white/pink and create a pompom-like look on the top of the succulent.
This unusual plant makes a perfect standalone plant on a windowsill due to its drought-tolerant characteristics. Would also make a brilliant contrast in a mixed succulent planter.
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