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Crassula Campfire

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  • Plant Height: 25 cm
  • Pot Included: Yes
  • Plant Spread: 10 cm

Crassula Campfire

Crassula Campfire is s a tender evergreen succulent, which is mainly grown as a houseplant. It bears attractive rounded, fleshy, glossy, jade green leaves. These may develop a red tinge around the edges when grown in high light levels. The new stems have the same colour and texture, becoming brown and woody as they age and the plant grows larger.

How to care for Crassula Campfire

Light:  It flourishes in Bright indirect light  . Well-established jade plants can tolerate and thrive with four or more hours of sunlight each day. They are best in a room with south-facing windows.

Water: Water when the top 1 to 2 inches of soil are dry.

Soil: Well drained Soil . Use sand with your potting mixture to make soil well drained .

Temperature: They do best in temperature range (18-24 C)

Fertilizer: Liquid fertilizer during the growing season every  month . Don't fertilize this plant in winters . 

Propogation: Jade plant can be propogated by stem cutting or from leaf

Toxicity: Jade plants are toxic to cats and dogs. While it is not lethal, ingesting any part of the plant may cause pets to become lethargic and nauseous. The plant is also mildly toxic to humans and can cause skin irritation as well as vomiting and diarrhea.

Common Problems

Loss of leaves : You may notice that your  plant is losing leaves or that its leaves are dropping off. Combined with underdeveloped leaves and leggy growth, this may be a sign of inadequate lighting. Move your  plant to a place with better lighting. If necessary, supply it with artificial light. You need to meet the plant’s requirements for lighting so it can thrive.

Dropping older leaves : If your  plant drops older leaves it might be a sign of too much heat, especially if you notice some other warning sounds such as soft, leggy growth. To help your plant, move it to an area with more air movement and lower temperatures. In winter, make sure not to place your  plant near a heating source, because the heat might cause the problems described above.

Leaves turning yellow : This can happen often with overwatering. If you notice some rotting, it’s a clear sign you should reduce watering levels. In case the plant continues to decline even after you have cut the watering, check its root system. In case roots are healthy and white, repot the plant in fresh soil.

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