Crassula 'Ivory Pagoda'
A very slow growing hybrid between C. falcata and C. barklyi made by Myron Kimnach from the USA (1962).
It forms very special ivory columns which keep their colour best in strong sunlight.
After some time young shoots develop at the base of the plant to fill up your pot nicely.
This cultivar doesn't root deep and needs water on a more regular basis than most other Crassulas.
If the plant dries out too much, the older columns won't re-hydrate anymore.
Don't be worried too fast, but specially in summer a watering every 3-4 weeks will be necessary.
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