Crassula Plants

Crassula plants were first formally introduced by Carl Linnaeus in 1753 with 10 species. These are mostly native to South Africa. They are widely known both as annuals to perennials, herbaceous or woody plants, groundcovers to shrubs to small trees. Many species are small, creeping ground covers and grow slow and steady, and can be tended to and cared for all year round when kept indoors. Crassula plants can be toxic to pets

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