Crassula Buddha temple
- Origin: Crassula Buddha's Temple is a cultivated succulent, derived from the Crassula genus, which is native to South Africa.
- Plant is featured in a 3.25” pot
- Common Name(s): Buddha's Temple, Crassula Buddha's Temple, Pagoda Plant.
- Latin Name: Crassula ovata 'Buddha's Temple.'
- General Care: Buddha's Temple is a unique and architectural succulent with stacked, pagoda-like leaves. It thrives in well-draining soil and prefers bright, indirect light. Water sparingly, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. This succulent is an excellent choice for both indoor and outdoor gardens, providing a distinctive focal point.
- Growing Period: Crassulas generally have a slow to moderate growth rate. Buddha's Temple can develop into a compact, multi-tiered structure.
- Soil Recommendations: Use a well-draining succulent or cactus potting mix. Ensure good drainage to prevent waterlogged soil and root rot.
- Hardiness Zones: Often grown as a houseplant, Buddha's Temple is not frost-tolerant and prefers temperatures above 50°F (10°C).
- Light Needs: Provide bright, indirect light for optimal growth. Buddha's Temple can tolerate some direct sunlight but may appreciate some shade during the hottest parts of the day.
- Pet Safety: Crassulas, including Buddha's Temple, are generally safe for pets. However, it's always a good practice to keep plants out of reach of pets.
is one of my absolute favorite plants, crassula Buddha temple. These particular specimens have already several little branching arms and is absolutely delightful. The plant is featured in a 3” inch pot. He will receive a similar plant shipped semi bare root.