Crassula capitella
“Red Pagoda”

SunAvg./Low WaterPerennial SucculentSunAvg./Low WaterPerennial Succulent

Instant origami! Startling, densely stacked red-edged succulent stemlets radiate out from the base to reach 7” tall and 18” across. A super easy and fascinat­ing small scale groundcover, the more sun you give it, the redder it gets. Small white flowers in Summer are followed by the top leaves dropping off, which will readily root where they fall to create wel­come new plantlets! Fun and unusual as an edger, in a container or even hanging basket Well drained soil a must. Juvenile growth emerges green, young plants are often solid green with widely spaced leaves. Plants become more compact as they mature.

Annie

Full Sun
Low/Avg. Water
Perennial Succulent
USDA Zones 9-11