Crassula ovata Hobbit is a small branched, shrubby succulent, up to 3 feet (90 cm) tall and up to 2 feet (60) wide, with interesting leaves, up to 2 inches (5 cm) long.
- Crassula Hobbit - Succulent Plant
- 3 inch (8 cm) Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)- 1
- 3.3 inch (8 cm) Square Plastic Planter with Rounded Edges (White)- 1
A small shrubby succulent to 2 to 3 feet tall with interesting succulent green leaves that are curled back to nearly rounded, often with reddish margins. As with Jade plant this cultivar has pinkish white star-like flowe Plant in full sun to bright shade in a well-drained soil.
Cold hardy to 20 to 25 degrees C and useful as an outdoor ornamental in USDA Zones 9 to 10 and a great house plant or winter protected specimen potted plant elsewhere.
||5 inch (13 cm)
||3 inch (8 cm)
*above specification are indicative only. actual dimensions may vary by +-10%
||Hobbit Jade Plant,Finger jade,Organ Pipe jade
|Maximum Reachable Height
||1 to 3 feet.
||Easy to grow
Planting and care
During the winter months, water only enough to keep the leaves from shriveling. Most common reason for failure is overwatering! Propagating is achieved with leaf or stem cuttings which are placed into a soil mix, then wait until they show some growth.
Before placing them in soil mix you will prevent potential problems from the sap seeping out by allowing them to dry on a windowsill, for a few days or so. Mealybugs, vine weevil and aphids
Crassula Hobbit care
The most important factors to consider when growing jade houseplants is water, light, temperature, and fertilizer. Easy to grow in container, best in full sun but will tolerate part sun. It need well-drained soil with a neutral pH. Water regularly form spring to autumn and allow soil to dry out before watering again.
||Once in a week
||12 degrees C (54 F)
||Apply any organic fertilizer
Crassula Hobbit special feature
Give very week liquid fertiliser once a fortnight during the spring and summer. Do not fertilise during the rest period.
Crassula Hobbit uses
- photosynthesis called CAM crassulacean acid metabolism