Silver Dollar plant - 20 seeds

Silver Dollar plant - 20 seeds

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Unlike most crassulas which are relatively small succulent plants, Crassula arborescens is an outstanding, squat, succulent tree that is easily recognizable by its unmistakable blue-grey foliage that contrasts well with the other plants on hillsides in the karroid scrub. It has a very attractive appearance in both its natural habitat and cultivated gardens.

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It is easy to grow plants from cutings as well as from seed. For quick results stem cuttings can be made from mature plants. Cuttings can be made throughout the year and root readily in a well-drained medium. Many rooted plants will form from the mother plant in the garden when they fall to the ground, provided conditions are suitable. The seeds are very fine and must be harvested as soon as the inflorescence turns brown as the fruit ripens. Seeds should be sown in a damp, sandy medium and be kept shaded and moist while cuttings are inserted into coarse river sand and later transplanted into ordinary garden soil.