These are mostly South Africa natives. All have succulent foliage; many have strange geometric forms. Excellent in containers.
Need good drainage. May not survive winter frosts without overhead protection. To cope with extreme summer heat in desert zones 12 and 13, grow in containers or coolest sites (such as a northern exposure).Crassula mucosa
Leafy, branching, erect stems to 1 ft. high and wide, closely packed with tiny green leaves in four rows; effect is that of braided chain or of some strange green coral. Very small, inconspicuous greenish flowers. Easy to grow and useful in dish gardens.
Dark green leaves edged with small hooked teeth grow in rosettes to 1 ft. wide and high; suckers freel...
This low grower forms spreading clumps of blunt, thick, blue-green, spiny-edged leaves just 3 in. long...
This Mediterranean native’s habit varies: it can sprawl, or become a dense, rounded shrub 5 ft. ...