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Crassula streyi
Scientific Name: Crassula streyi Tölken
Synonym:
Family: Crassulaceae
Crassula  streyi Recommended Temperature Zone:
sunset: 8,9,12-28
USDA: 10-11

Frost Tolerance: Avoid any frost

Heat Tolerance: Cannot take direct sun in summer in Phoenix

Sun Exposure: Light shade to shade

Origin: South Africa (KwaZulu-Natal Coast)

Growth Habits: Subshrub, up to 12 inches tall (30 cm)

Watering Needs: Summer grower, keep it moist then

Propagation:


The underside of the leaves of Crassula streyi is a stunning claret color. The plant must be grown in the shade to develop this intense color.

Cultural Practices:
Crassulas are sensitive to mealybugs.

Blooming Habits:
White flowers in clusters in the fall.

Fruiting Habits:

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