Crassula pyramidalis ‘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.
Provide a well-drained soil away from reflected heat. Once established, water infrequently during the hot season. Ideal in warm climate landscapes and containers. Crassula pyramidalis ‘Buddha’s Temple’ is especially happy sitting on your windowsill as a houseplant. Protect your PRINCE OF PARADISE™ from frost!