- Light: Bright, filtered light with ample airflow.
- Water: Allow soil to dry out between watering.
- Soil: Porous soil with good drainage.
Rosary Vine Crassula grows into a small mound featuring leaves that are thick, opposite, just barely 1/4” long, and arranged neatly along the stem, giving it a square look. The base of the plant's stems take on a stiffer feel and woody look with age. During summertime, the leaf margins turn red or yellow. The flowers are grouped in clusters, star shaped and white/pale pink with pink centers.