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Crassula 'Moonglow' is an incredible succulent with extra chubby, greyish green leaves that stack tightly to form an upright column around each stem. The leaves are covered with fine hairs, making this unique plant slightly velvety to the touch. While this variety is a slow grower, each stem can reach up to 8 inches in height.
Crassula 'Moonglow' needs plenty of bright, filtered light and adequate airflow around the leaves and soil surface. As the chubby leaves store a great deal of water, thorough watering is only necessary when the soil is completely dry. Porous soil with exceptional drainage is also a must, as moisture retention can predispose this variety to rust fungus and root rot. In winter months, be sure to protect 'Moonglow' from frost, as it is hardy only to Zone 10.
A contented and mature 'Moonglow' succulent will flower in the late winter to early spring months, boasting clusters of tiny apricot blooms atop tall flower spikes.
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All plants are shipped bare-root with the exception of House Plants and Plant Club Subscription Boxes. House plants and succulents will ship from separate locations and may arrive at different times. Orders ship Monday-Friday each week. Please allow 1-3 business days for your order to be processed. We ship within the USA and its outlying territories ONLY. Read our full policy here.
Plant sizing is based on the diameter of the nursery pot (2", 2.5", 3", 4" etc), not the plant itself. Plants may be slightly larger or smaller than the pot they are grow in depending on availability or time of year. While we do our best to ship plants as similar to those pictured as possible, please keep in mind that all plants are unique from one to the next, and display color, shape, and growth variation based on current environment, time of year, and other contributing factors. Please note that we ship our plants as dry as possible in the fall and winter months to prevent root rot or freezing. They will plump back up after planting!