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Crassula namaquensis ssp. namaquensis
Scientific Name: Crassula namaquensis ssp. namaquensis Schoenl. & Baker f.
Synonym:
Family: Crassulaceae
Crassula  namaquensis ssp. namaquensis
Crassula namaquensis at the Huntington Gardens in early July (JNT 97-178, Hellskloof)
Recommended Temperature Zone:
sunset: 8,9,12-28
USDA: 9b-12

Heat Tolerance: Cannot take direct sun in summer in Phoenix

Sun Exposure: Light shade to full sun, generally needs full sun part of the day to bloom

Origin: Northwestern South Africa (Matjiesrivier, Helskloof), Namibia

Growth Habits: Clumping stemless rosettes, up to 4 inches tall (10 cm)

Watering Needs: Cooler season grower

Propagation:


Crassula is a very large genus. In general, only the South African species are of interest to the collectors

Cultural Practices:
Crassulas are sensitive to mealybugs.

Blooming Habits:
White flowers, beginning of spring

Fruiting Habits:

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