Crassula coccinea

Crassula coccineaCrassula coccinea

“Glowing” just begins to describe the intensity of color given off by this amazing succulent (our production queen, Claire Woods, claims you can see it from space!) The large showy-glowy brightest pinkish-scarlet clusters are well-displayed above upright 12”- 18” stems for several months in Summer, setting the garden ablaze. Triangular leaves overlap to form a neat-o “braided” look to the stems. Great in containers. Provide good drainage, an annual dollop of compost and a bit of Summer water for best appearance. Cut back to a few inches tall in Fall. Hummingbird magnet!


Low-Avg. Water

USDA Zones 9-11