Crassula muscosa pseudolycopodiodes
Watch Chain Plant
greenish, very inconspicuous
January - December
This small succulent plant's interesting looks has been likened to that of undersea coral. The most common of the common names for this plant is Watch Chain Plant for its delicate interlocking leaves that are much like the tight jeweler's links that were used to attach a pocket watch to the vest. It is also called Clubmoss Crassula, Princess Pine and Rattail Crassula. Better in semi shade. It suffers with the high temperatures and full sun in summer. Good drainage is essential; Crassulas need a soil that is porous and gritty and fresh organic matter should be avoided in the soil. The plants need adequate moisture during the growing season and only enough water to keep the plant from shriveling in winter. In the miniature garden it is great to use for hedging, as a character-adding, interesting specimen or an evergreen look-a-like. Can easily be pinched down by just breaking some 'chains' off.
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This product was added to our catalog on Friday, December 10, 2010.
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