Do you want a beautiful little tree-faced little plant, like bonsai?
(Photo: inlandvalleygardenplanner – Robert Perry)
Try Crassula ovata, also known as Jade or Garden Balm.
(Photos: succulent plants and spring leaves / les-cactus, free market, succulent plants and spring nursery)
It is a juicy in tree shape that goes well in the sun, half shadow and shade (not pitch). When grown in the sun it usually gets a reddish border. If you are in the shade, do not take it sharply to the sun as its leaves will burn. It will only bloom if it is in the sun, but it is beautiful without flower anyway.
This succulent likes well-draining soil, so mix garden substrate with coarse sand in equal parts. Fertilization should be light and well spaced.
It can be potted and looks great in arid or desert gardens. It goes well on the coast and tolerates the winds well. Avoid soaking.
Bet on this beauty!
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