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10 at R2.65 each   25 Jun 23:24   HansieO167

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Crassula deceptor Seeds - Indigenous South African Succulent Seeds For Sale

Crassula deceptor Seeds - Indigenous South African Succulent Seeds For Sale

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Joined 15 Jan 2006
Port Elizabeth
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Crassula deceptor Seeds

Crassula is a large genus of succulent plants containing many species, including the popular Jade Plant, Crassula ovata. They are native to many parts of the globe, but cultivated varieties are almost exclusively from the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. Crassulas make the most wonderful pot plants. They can also be grown indoors as house plants. Those that make excellent house plants are the glossy leaf varieties. Crassulas, given a rich, well-drained medium will grow fast and luxuriantly.

Crassula deceptor is a perennial succulent indigenous to South Africa. It grows to 15cm tall and has ovate leaves forming 4-angled columns on the stems. During summer it puts on a lovely show of cream coloured scented flowers in dense heads. They do well in pots filled with a well-drained growing medium and grow best in dappled shade. The seeds of Crassula deceptor are best sown during autumn.

The bid amount is for 1 Seed

We'll supply you with all the germination & care instructions.


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