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Wet Flowers after the rain

Wet Flowers after the rain
Crassula ovata one of the few times we have seen this flower one of Clara plants that sits next to the bonsai stand.

Leon_Vienna, Annemarie, cammino, tiabunna and 7 other people have particularly liked this photo

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neira-Dan club
Belle floraison de Crassula
2 months ago.
Steve Paxton club has replied to neira-Dan club
Thank you first time we have seen it flower
2 months ago.
Xata club
The secret is little watering and some cold nights in winter. The ones I have close to the sea dont bloom every year, but night minimal are around 7/8ºC... in the serra with 275m of altitude we can have bellow 5ºC on winter nights, close to 0ºC with wind chill factor, and they bloom incredibly every winter...
Gorgeous photo.
2 months ago.
Steve Paxton club has replied to Xata club
I will bare that in mind this is the first time we have seen it flower at all. The plant is packed with the flowers. many thanks
2 months ago.
tiabunna club
I don't know these, but it certainly puts on a lovely show.
2 months ago.
Steve Paxton club has replied to tiabunna club
You will know this plant Jade tree, Money tree are just a few names it goes by. we mostly know it with big green leaves I can say I have ever seen one flower but what a show the whole plant is covered.
2 months ago.
Leon_Vienna club
I got a cutling (with roots), maybe 10cm high when I came to Vienna in 1989. We both grew, the Grassula came into bloom and me ... let's talk about something different ... ;-)
But Isabel is completely right: little water during summer (I am a terrible gardener for potplants!), lots of light and fairly cold in winter (but no frost of course) - that brings hundreds of flowers soonly after Christmas till about February.
Surely you noticed: it works only in pots and greenhouse at my place.

It's a beautiful image up there, well focused and a nice creamy backdrop.
2 months ago.

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