Crassula undulatafolia, commonly known as Ripple Jade or Curly Jade, is a captivating succulent native to South Africa. With its compact and bushy growth habit, it can reach heights of around 30 cm.
This easy-to-care-for succulent prefers well-draining soil and thrives in bright, indirect light. The Ripple Jade (Crassula undulatafolia) is a charming addition to succulent gardens, rockeries, or container displays indoors and outdoors in suitable climates. Its unique foliage, twisted and bluish-grey with a hint of purple at the edges, adds texture and visual interest to any setting.
Place the plant in a morning sun position for successful growth, though it can tolerate more sun if needed. Crassula undulatafolia is remarkably low-maintenance and easy to grow.
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Ripple Jade, Curly Jade
Up to 0.3 meters
Crassula undulatafolia prefers bright, indirect sunlight, though it can tolerate a few hours of direct sunlight daily. While it can grow in partial shade, it may appear less full and vibrant.
Jade Plants, including Crassula undulatafolia, prefer to be well-watered. Allow the soil to dry out before watering again to avoid overwatering, as Crassula species dislike having their roots sitting in water.
Crassula unulatafolia will benefit from an application of an All Purpose, Slow-Release fertiliser every 9-12 months.