Crassula ovata 'ET's Fingers' JadeUpdated a year ago
- Tubular, spoon-shaped foliage makes this genetic sport distinctive from typical jade plants
- Green leaves can show yellow and red tips when gently stressed by drought and direct sun
- No-fuss houseplant that looks great even with minimal light and water; be sure to use well-draining pots and soil
- Branching stems can turn woody over time and lend themselves to bonsai pruning
- Some customers will receive a variegated version
Hardy to 30°F (Zone 10)
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