Crassula Buddha’s Temple is a beautiful cross hybrid between Crassula falcata and Crassula pyramidalis. The cultivar was created by Myron Kimnach back in 1959.
Crassula Buddha’s Temple Care
Crassula Buddha’s Temple grows best at temperatures of 18-24C. Like most Crassulaceae it is most active in spring and autumn. This is the best time to make new cuttings. The plants need to be watered more often in this period. Keep Crassula Buddha’s Temple more dry in summer when it is very hot. Give some shade from direct and intense sun light. Please note that this Crassula tends to develop stem rot at high air humidity with higher temperatures. Good air circulation is very important.