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Crassula falcata

Propeller Plant

Crassula falcata

  1. Lighting A full to part sunny spot is welcome. The Propeller Plant likes a minimum of 3 hours direct sunlight per day. During summer it can be placed outside. There it has to be slowly accustomed to the sun, which is no longer filtered through a window.
  2. Soil Regular mixes for cacti and succulents can be used or a mixture of regular potting soil, bird sand and pumice (2:1:1).
  3. Watering Allow the soil dry or nearly dry between the waterings. Water sparingly if placed cool to temperate during winter.
  4. Feeding Every 4th to 8th week if Crassula falcata is in active growth. Feed with cacti liquid fertilizer or a standard liquid fertilizer at half strength. A new bought or recently repotted Propeller Plant don’t need to be fed for the first year.
  5. Temperature Crassula falcata grows good with a winter rest period at 5 to 10 °C (41 to 50 °F). Minimum temperature is 1 °C (34 °F).
  6. Propagation Cuttings and seeds.

Propeller Plant
Crassula falcata is commonly known as Propeller Plant or Airplaine Plant.

Crassula falcata
If the Propeller Plant ist placed outside please make sure that rain water can run out of the pot’s hole. Wet legs can cause root rot.

  1. Scientific name
    Crassula falcata
  2. Common name(s)
    Propeller Plant, Airplane Plant
  3. Family
  4. Origin
    South Africa
  5. Height
    10 to 60 cm
  6. Toxic

Crassula Morgans Beauty
Crassula “Morgan’s Beauty” is a crossing between Crassula falcata × Crassula mesembryanthemopsis and can be cultivated as described above.

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