One of our succulent “finds” from our San Diego visit last year, this clumping Crassula has rosettes of narrow. green foliage that take on reddish purple tones when subjected to cool temperatures. It’s native to S. Africa, and a winter bloomer. In late December, and through the winter, it sends up wiry 8-10″ stems bearing clouds of tiny white flowers. Like most succulents, grow in sharp draining soil and don’t overwater.
Exposure: Sun/Part Shade