Crassula succulents are amazing, unique, beautiful succulent that every single succulent lover should have in their indoor or outdoor succulent garden. Crassula succulents are native to many different countries across the world. They have some of the most unique shapes, colors, and sizes.
Crassula succulents will also produce beautiful flowers in the spring or summer, depending on which type you are growing. You can grow crassula succulents indoors or outdoors, and they are fairly fast growing! These succulent are so beautiful and unique, they are much needed in many indoor or outdoor succulent gardens for sure!
Crassula succulents are also very easy to grow and care for! Check out our quick grow and care guide below so you can grow healthy and happy crassula succulents.
Grow and Care:
You must make sure you are using fast/well draining succulent soil when growing crassula succulents. Fast/well draining succulent soil is very important because it will help avoid and prevent root rot. Root rot is very dangerous and it's known as the #1 most common reason why a succulent will die. This is why fast/well draining succulent soil is much needed when growing crassula succulents. It will help avoid root rot!
Water crassula succulents 1-2 days a week only. This is the perfect amount of watering for growing these succulents healthy and happy. Crassula succulents don't need much water, so 1-2 days a week is perfect. If you start to see overwatering symptoms or root rot then you will need to cut back on watering. If you start to see signs/symptoms of underwatering then dig your finger into the soil. If the soil feels very dry then go ahead and water the crassula succulents.
Make sure you grow crassula succulents in full sun and also give them partial shade. You must make sure these succulents get around at least 6 hours of sunlight every single day. 6 hours is plenty and enough to avoid etiolation and sunburns.