Crassula rubricaulis 'Candy Cane' PPAF


Crassula rubricaulis 'Candy Cane' PPAF is a hybrid variety stemming from a rare mutation referred to as ‘chimera,’ in which a single plant possesses the cells and genetics of two or more individual varieties. This unique succulent features tricolor leaves in shades of cream, green, and pink. Bright sunlight will deepen the pink hue even further, making ‘Candy Cane’ an eye-catching addition to any succulent arrangement!

Very bright light is not only the key to this variety’s intense coloration, but will also ensure that it reaches it growth potential, maxing out at about 12 inches tall and wide. Water thoroughly but infrequently to avoid issues with ‘wet feet,’ and utilize a porous soil mixture within a well-draining pot. Ample airflow around the leaves and soil surface will further protect against issues with rot or pests, and protection from frost during the winter months will shield the fleshy leaves from damage.

As the plant begins to put on growth in the summer, expect to see star-shaped, white blooms rise above the foliage in clusters.

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