The Crassula Pellucida Marginalis is native to South Africa, inhabiting rocky crevices and slopes. As a result of the environment, this plant has adapted to being drought-tolerant. When displayed ornamentally, the combination of delicate leaves and robust trailing growth habit makes this crassula a delightful hanging plant.
- This plan does best with consistent bright, indirect sunlight. A few hours of MORNING sun is beneficial, but avoid prolonged exposure to direct afternoon sunlight, as it can scorch their leaves.
- Consistent exposure to light will also intensify the leave's tone of pink.
- Prefers lower humidity
- Water sparingly, allowing the soil to dry out about 80 percent between waterings-overwatering can lead to root rot.
- Bottom watering is recommended
- Avoid using heavy potting soils or soils that retain too much moisture. Opt for a well-draining, gritty potting media.