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Crassula sarcocaulis


Crassula sarcocaulis (Crassula sarcocaulis)

I'm amazed that this plant survived last winter.



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I have this one Spritz but the stems are very limp,do you find this ? It seems to be top heavy. One branch came away a few weeks ago and I just stuck it in the soil and forgot about it. Just noticed it yesterday and it is flowering like its 'mum' lol. I love the tiny flowers tho I do wish it would stand up for itself !

25 Jul, 2009

 

There were two in the garden when we came - one had that problem, and some of the plant rotted and pieces fell off!
They certainly wouldn't have 'taken' if I'd planted them! This one is fine, though - it stands up properly. I've bought another one, I like them so much - that one's fine, as well.

25 Jul, 2009

 

I wonder if it might be too dry as it's definately not rotted.It's by the shed and in full sun. I'll keep an eye on it and possibly put a little stake in.
Many thanks :)

25 Jul, 2009

 

I'm glad it hasn't rotted Aster.

26 Jul, 2009



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