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Crassula swaziensis Variegata 'Money Maker' Plant - 4in Pot

Crassula swaziensis Variegata 'Money Maker' Plant - 4in Pot

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The Crassula swaziensis Variegata 'Money Maker' plant is a slow-growing succulent that is well suited for growing in a variety of conditions.


Light: This plant prefers bright, indirect light. It can also tolerate some direct sunlight but it is important to avoid too much exposure to the sun as this may cause the leaves to become sunburned.

Watering: The Crassula swaziensis Variegata 'Money Maker' is a succulent, which means it has the ability to store water in its leaves. This means that you should only water it when the soil is completely dry. When you do water, make sure you give it a good drink and then allow the soil to drain completely. Overwatering is one of the biggest causes of death for this plant, so be careful not to overdo it.

Soil: This plant prefers well-draining soil that is slightly on the dry side. A good quality cactus or succulent potting mix will work well. You can also mix your own soil by combining regular potting soil with sand or perlite to help improve drainage.

Fertilization: During the growing season (spring and summer), you can fertilize your Crassula swaziensis Variegata 'Money Maker' every 2-3 weeks with a balanced succulent fertilizer. During the winter, you can reduce the frequency of fertilizing or stop altogether.

Humidity: This plant is relatively tolerant of low humidity, so you don't need to worry about providing additional humidity.

Temperature: The Crassula swaziensis Variegata 'Money Maker' prefers warm temperatures and can be sensitive to cold temperatures. It is best to keep the plant in temperatures above 50°F (10°C) to avoid damage.

Propagation: This plant can be propagated by taking stem cuttings and rooting them in water or by rooting leaf cuttings in soil. To propagate by stem cuttings, cut a stem with a few leaves attached, remove the bottom leaves and allow the cut end to callus over for a few days before placing it in water or soil. To propagate by leaf cuttings, gently twist a healthy leaf from the plant and place it on well-draining soil. Keep the soil moist but not wet and the leaf should root in several weeks.

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