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Watch Chain (Crassula Muscosa)

Watch Chain (Crassula Muscosa)

$15.00

An interesting succulent that grows up to 12 inches (30 cm) tall with a spreading habit of branching stems having tightly, overlapping, stacked, narrow, light green leaves that completely hide the stems. The stems start erect but then trail over from the weight of the leaves. Small, pale yellowish-green flowers appear tight along the stems from spring to mid-summer.

The most common name for this plant is Watch Chain for its delicate interlocking leaves, much like the tight jewellers' links used to attach a pocket watch to the vest.

Plants and pots sold separately.

Bright indirect light.

Water sparingly, let soil dry out between watering.

No - Can cause mouth irritation and digestive reaction.

Hoya are epiphytic plants, leading the vines on most Hoya to be more sporadic, they love to find something nearby to wrap themselves around. From chair backs, to cabinets, shelving or other nearby plants, the Hoya vine really does exude lots of character as it twists and reaches to find something to hang on to. Hoyas thrive in bright indirect light. If your Hoya isn't growing much and not flowering, try moving it to a brighter spot in your house.

Light

Bright indirect light.

Water

Water sparingly, let soil dry out between watering.

Pet Friendly?

No - Can cause mouth irritation and digestive reaction.

General Care Tips

Hoya are epiphytic plants, leading the vines on most Hoya to be more sporadic, they love to find something nearby to wrap themselves around. From chair backs, to cabinets, shelving or other nearby plants, the Hoya vine really does exude lots of character as it twists and reaches to find something to hang on to. Hoyas thrive in bright indirect light. If your Hoya isn't growing much and not flowering, try moving it to a brighter spot in your house.