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my succulent collection/Crassula lycopodioides


By Drfadi

my succulent collection/Crassula lycopodioides (Crassula lycopodioides)

This branching succulent(Crassula lycopodioides )from South Africa adds great texture & color to your plantings. It’s a great foliage plant to mix in with other flowering plants or with different colored foliage. The vivid-chartreuse green of its leaves blend wonderfully in our nursery beds with Senecio madraliscae. Growing to about 1’tall, plant in full sun unless you garden in a hot region & then give it a little shade

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This looks like one I had a long time ago. It was called Crassula lycopodioides I think. I've probably spelled it wrong.

7 Feb, 2009


Hi Blodyn,yes it called Crassula lycopodioides.thanks for visitng my garden.

7 Feb, 2009


It's a pleasure. I enjoy cacti etc

7 Feb, 2009


Now this one is very interesting looking. I love it. I think I will have to see if I can find one of these.

8 Feb, 2009


Another of my favourites. I used tio enjoy saying lycopodioides. But the powers that be have changed the name to Crassula muscosa, not nearly so exciting.

18 Feb, 2009

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