Crassula macowaniana is a succulent shrub with many branches and fleshy, more or less pointed leaves. It is variable in the shape and size…
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The succulents in this group vary greatly in shape and size. Crassulas can be grown outdoors in regions where the temperature doesn't drop below 41F to 50F, depending upon the variety some varieties can be grown in the greenhouse or home. Water is given freely to well-rooted plants in the summer but in the winter, just enough water should be given to prevent the shoots from shriveling. These plants will benefit from some pruning to maintain neat shapes, can be grown in sun or light shade.
|Name||Status||Confidence level||Source||Date supplied|
|Crassula ramosa sensu Eckl. & Zeyh., Harv., non Thunb.||Synonym||TRO||2012-04-18|
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