The Crassula Tenelli ® is a compact plant with a special gray color. The plant has fine hairs on the leaves. In the thick, fleshy leaves water can be stored so that they do not need water very often.
Place the plant in a sunny spot and allow the soil to dry out before watering. If you give water, make sure that the soil has not the opportunity to suck up properly. The Crassula Tenelli is protected with plant breeders’ rights with code EC-CRAS-1801.
The plant originates from Namibia.
Crassula is a genus of about 200 species from the succulents family. The species are mainly found in South Africa, but also in Madagascar and along the east coast of Africa. Crassula species are multiplied by foliage or cuttings.