Crassula × marchandii

Marchand’s Crassula Crassula × marchandii is a hybrid (cross) of Crassula grisea and Crassula plegmatoides that occurs naturally in South Africa. Characteristics & Description Height, habit: Up to 15 centimeters, succulent plant Life cycle: Perennial Poisonous: No Origin: South Africa USDA zone: 12 (50 F/10 °C) Botany Name: Crassula × marchandii Family: Crassulaceae

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Crassula columella

Columnar Crassula The stems of Crassula columella reach lengths of between 10 and 15 centimeters. This succulent member of the Crassulaceae family is native to South Africa. Characteristics & Description Height, habit: Up to 15 centimeters, succulent plant Life cycle: Perennial Poisonous: No Origin: South Africa USDA zone: 12 (50 F/10 °C) Botany Name: Crassula […]

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Aeonium glutinosum

Viscid Houseleek Aeonium glutinosum can reach 60 centimeters in height and is native to Madeira. Characteristics & Description Height, habit: 30 to 60 centimeters, herbaceous plant Life cycle: Perennial Poisonous: No Origin: Europe (Portugal – Madeira) (distribution map) USDA zone: 12 (50 °F/10 °C) Botany Name: Aeonium glutinosum Family: Crassulaceae

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Aeonium arboreum

Tree Aeonium, Tree Houseleek, Irish Rose Aeonium arboreum can reach a height of up to one meter and is native to the Canary Islands and Morocco. Characteristics & Description Height, habit: 30 to 100 centimeters, herbaceous plant Life cycle: Perennial Poisonous: No Origin: Europe (Spain – Canary Islands), North Africa (Morocco) (distribution map) USDA zone: […]

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Sempervivum calcareum “Spinulifolium”

Houseleek Popular name(s): Houseleek Botanical name: Sempervivum calcareum “Spinulifolium” Family: Crassulaceae Origin: The wild type is native to the French and Italian Alps (source). Height: The rosettes can reach diameters of up to 8 centimeters. USDA zone: 4 (-22 °F/-30 °C) Poisonous: No

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