Category: Cactus and succulents
Description: Crassulaceae, the crasulaceae, form a large family of plants of the order Saxifragales. They are generally herbaceous, some subarbustive, and relatively few tree or aquatic plants. These plants store water in their succulent leaves as their habitat is typically in hot, dry areas where water is scarce. There are around 1400 species accepted in 35 genera.
Many of the species in this family are popular in gardening and floriculture; they are hard plants, strange looking many of them and require minimal care. Another advantage for the cultivation of these plants is the usually simple propagation, in some cases a simple leaf is needed to achieve a new specimen.
We have plants crasulas in pot of C-18, consult for more information.