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  • Sinocrassula Yunnanensis

Sinocrassula Yunnanensis

We've got a few of these velvety Yunnanensis clusters on the upload this evening. This is our second. These stay nice and black if given bright, full sun once they settle in to their new home. If they don't get enough light they can go green and stretch a little, so make sure to give this one lots of light. This little blackberry is measuring in at about 2" across and is cresting. Mature roots from the cultivating farm.

Our photos and videos were taken today, April 24th, 2021. Plants shown may be exhibiting winter stress coloration. If the succulent shown is vibrantly colored you will need to keep bright lights and cold temps on the succulent to keep its vivid colors. Stress colors may fade a little as the plant establishes in its new home, but should return in cold weather or high UV conditions.

Cedar Creek Farmhouse Identification Number: 04242126 (you will find this number on the ID stake shipped with your plant. You can type the ID # in our search bar at any time to review the our original photos and item description).  

This plant is in house, has been checked for quality and is ready to be shipped. 

Please make sure you truly want this plant before you checkout, we do not allow order cancellations due to a very demanding shipping schedule.  We do however offer a satisfaction guarantee, so if you purchase this plant and she doesn't strike your fancy we will issue you a complimentary return label and store credit for the purchase price.

We ship Monday and Tuesday and we strive for a Saturday delivery (but ultimately delivery is dependent on the carrier). You can upgrade to UPS 2-Day or Overnight for an additional charge (at this link). USPS First Class shipping is complimentary. If you would like a water propagation vessel those can be added on the checkout page. Single hole water propagation vessels are available with free shipping on outgoing orders.   

 

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