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Buddha’s Temple Crassula
Crassula 'Buddh's Temple'
Buddha’s Temple is an amazing succulent with columns of stacked, grey green leaves in a distinct, geometric pattern that really draws in the eye. The cupped, upward facing leaves arrive four at a time and may flush reddish brown when happily stressed by sun exposure and drought conditions. Displays spherical clusters of tiny, pale pink flowers.
- Light: Filtered Sunlight – This plant needs bright, filtered light with ample airflow so place in front of a window.
- Water: Not Thirsty – This plant can go several weeks without water so only water it when the soil completely dries out.
- Tip: This plant needs porous soil with adequate drainage.