This is a lovely and unique Succulent. Crassula mesembryanthemoides is a succulent plant with long, pointed green leaves covered with soft bristle-like hairs giving a frosted appearance. The leaves are organized in rosettes and look like a plant from the Aizoaceae family or Mesembryanthemum. This gave it the species name “mesembryanthemoides”, means looking like a Mesembryanthemum.
This will grow small flowers that will be pink, bell-shapes and grow in clusters in the top of the plant.
You will receive the actual plant shown in the pictures. The pot is 2" x 2". From the bottom of the pot to the top of plants is about 5 1/4" high. This one has 2 stems. This plant is in succulent soil.
Crassula mesembryanthemoides does best in full or partial sun. If it is located directly behind the window, a place where it is not exposed to the sun is also suitable. During summer it can be placed outside in partial shade to full sun. There it has to be slowly accustomed to the sun, which is no longer filtered through a window. It is a wonderful indoor succulent.