This plant has triangular leaves that lay horizontal, emerging from a central stalk. The leaves are arranged to stack on top of each other – 4 around the stem. This is why they get the common name Pagoda plant. While our plant is green at the moment, the foliage can turn from dark green to striking light yellow with red tips when exposed to lots of sun. In summer, it produces small starry white flowers.
Crassula capitella is native to South Africa.
Well drained soil with not too much water.
In Our Garden
Plant ID: P21002
Found in Pots,
Waiting to find its forever home in the garden.
We acquired this plant from Fred Meyer.