Home Crassula capitella var. thyrsiflora ‘Red Pagoda’
Crassula capitella var. thyrsiflora ‘Red Pagoda’
Common Name: ‘Red Pagoda’ Shark’s Tooth, syn. C. corymbulosa
'Red Pagoda’ is an amazing succulent that grows in clusters of tight, geometrically intriguing foliage with opposite leaves forming a cross pattern. Given full sun and perhaps a little water stress, plants will develop rich tones of red contrasting with the apple green. White/cream flowers in summer.
Size: 3.5" Potted Plant
Flower Description: Foliage has colours of green, and burgundy/red/purple. The tiny white/cream flowers appear in summer on the ends of spike-like inflorescences.
Light Requirement: Full Sun.
Hardiness Zones: 10,11,12
Attributes: Compact, Showy Foliage, Multicolour Foliage, Foliage Interest, Deer Resistant, Showy Flower, Attracts Bees, Succulent
Care: Easy Care
Brand Hong Quat Packging
Calo 36 Calo
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