These photos were taken Friday, October 4th, 2019.
On Fridays we're going to attempt to do a little product feature with a few offerings for the cultivar that you can hand pick from. Today's grouping is small, but we have four beautifully blackberry-like Yunnanensis ready to ship out with next week's orders.
We know a lot of you are torn about crested versus non-crested on these, so we thought you might like to hand-pick your selections from this grouping.
Sinocrassula roughly translates into Chinese Crassula and they originated in the Yunnan region of south China (just north of Burma). This plant is easy to care for and also propagated easily, they continue to mound and clump with maturity, but single rosettes can take on near perfect form if separated from the mother plant early enough.
These are immature clusters showing rich hues of velvety black. This particular plant is a true clustering of Yunnanensis, featuring multiple, delicate little heads. Measures in at about 2.5" across, bare root from the cultivating farm.
Cedar Creek Farmhouse Identification Number: 072116
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