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The name of this species derives from the Greek and literally means "lover of the cliff", referring to the native habitat of the succulent that grows among the rocks. It is a small specimen, formed by pairs of sheets stacked on top of each other; obovate and compact in shape, the general appearance of the plant is that of a hemispherical body. The epidermis is a beautiful glaucous green, enriched with white hairs along the edges, so thick that it appears adorned with just those white edges. Between spring and summer, the charm of this succulent is amplified by graceful globular inflorescences in delicate shades of white and pink.


Plant care:


It requires a lot of light all year round, however avoid direct sunlight especially during the hottest hours of the day.



It is preferable to keep it in mild temperatures and never below 7°C, so it is recommended to protect it during the winter period.



Water moderately and only when the soil is completely dry. Simply water it once a week in spring and summer, reduce it to once every two months in the fall, and withhold it completely in the winter.



The best soil is well drained and porous, for example formed by a mixture of peat and pumice so that the water does not stagnate. PreferablySir Cato.



They do not need frequent fertilization, just dilute thefertilizer with watering once a year.

Crassula cremnophila

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