Buddha's Temple is a rare and interesting succulent from South Africa which is part of the Crassula species, such as Baby's Necklace. They grow in stacks upwards and branches out on the sides to resemble a pagoda or temple like shape. Extremely drought tolerant and hardy, they require minimal care and thrive in bright lighting.
Their growth characteristics are about 6 inches in height and starts branching out on various levels on its sides. Their leaves are thin and flat which grows in stacks upwards in neat columns about 1 inch in diameter. The flowers they produce are spherical red, white or orange which grows at the top.
♥ Mini Plant Info ♥
Genus - Crassula pyramidalis
Origin- South Africa
Watering frequency- 30 Days
Sun requirements- Part Sun
How to water
Watering your plants is simple! Tiny holes are located on the bottom of the capsule, which allows the moss media to absorb water when you place them in shallow water.
What if plant outgrows capsule?
Your plant when large can be removed from capsule to be in a potted setting for you to further care for it. How to remove plant is included with instructions.