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Crassula perfoliata

An erect, sparingly branched perennial succulent up to about 1.5 m high when in flower, often growing singly. The succulent leaves are oblong and sickle-shaped, arranged in opposite rows, laterally compressed, ascending-spreading and with blunt ends. The small flowers are arranged in a rounded to flat-topped inflorescence on the end of a stalk which can reach 100mm in height.

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Common Name:
Red treasure (Eng.); sekelblaarplakkie (Afr.)
Plant Height:
50cm but 1.5m when in flower
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Flowering Time:
October, November, December, January