夢椿 Jersey pigmyweed (Crassula pubescens)
Crassula pubescens is a succulent plant, common and widespread in the southern Karoo regions of South Africa. A small (up to 40 cm), shrubby perennial, with delicate, erect stems and pubescent (velvety) leaves that are 1-3 cm long.
The peduncle emerges above the leaves of the rosette. The peduncle is 3-15 cm long, with one or two bract-pairs (not 15-40 cm long with 2-5 bract pairs like those of Crassula subacaulis). The tips of its 2-3mm long petals are roughly twice as long as they are broad, and have rounded appendages .
|Sunlight Demand:||Full sun to Partial Shade|
|Soil Condition:||Sandy Loam|
|Purchase Size:||0.8-1'' (2-3cm)|