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Crassula Devils Horns Plant Description

Crassula 'Devils Horns' is a unique plant with long thin tubular leaves that grow upright from the center of their rosettes. If planted or exposed to full sun the leaves on this Crassula will turn red. This succulent easily offsets baby plants forming large clusters. This Crassula will work well as a thriller for your succulent arrangements or to add as a focal point to your succulent landscape.

Crassula Devils Horns Plant Specs & Regions

Native to: Africa

ZONE: 10

Hardiness: tender soft succulent - will not tolerate frost

Recommended light conditions: filtered light 

Bloomtime: Spring

Bloom Color: white

Crassula Devils Horns Water & Light Recommendations

Watering Needs Indoors: Instead of giving your succulents gradual sips of water throughout the week, give them a good soaking, to the point where water runs out the drainage holes at the bottom of the pot. Be sure to empty the water that runs into the saucer, succulents do not like to sit in water. Then let the soil dry out completely before watering again.

Watering Needs Outdoors: In the Summer water your succulents every two weeks, by soaking them and letting them dry before watering again. In the Winter water your succulents once a month.

Technical Information About This Plant

  • Requires bright light for most of the day. Or constant dappled shade.
  • Best to water every 2 weeks.

Customer Reviews

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L
L.S.

Arrived quickly and in very good shape

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K.D.P.

Very gorgeous and delicate little plant

M
M.A.
Beautiful!

I have ordered plants from this shop about 5 times and im always so pleased when I open my new plants they are all so beautifully tucked in and still so healthy!!

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V.C.
Devils Horn

It is great and even has a little bloom forming.

K
K.
Pretty

It arrived a little limp but is perking up with a bit of water and sun.

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K.S.
Crassula

This arrived in excellent condition. Got it planted and it has already sprouted a tiny beginning of a flower bud.

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