Crassula perforata - String of Buttons
Crassula perforata - String of Buttons

Crassula perforata - String of Buttons

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Crassula perforata, commonly known as the "String of Buttons" or "Pagoda Plant," is a charming and distinctive succulent native to South Africa. This plant is part of the Crassula family, renowned for its unique and diverse succulent species. Crassula perforata is particularly admired for its striking growth pattern and architectural form.

The plant features tightly stacked leaves that spiral around the stem, resembling a string of buttons or a miniature pagoda. These leaves are small, triangular, and often exhibit a lovely green hue with edges that can turn pink or red when exposed to bright sunlight. The compact and columnar growth habit of Crassula perforata makes it a fascinating addition to any succulent collection, adding texture and vertical interest.

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For more detailed information on how to care for Crassula, please check out our Crassula specific care guide!

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