Wooly Crassula Succulent
These tiny succulents are perfect for small places. They are super easy to create and adds a beautiful touch to your living space.
- Scheepjes (Maxi Sugar Rush) You can also use any size 10 crochet thread.
- Willow Green or Aunt Lydia’s Wasabi Green
- 1.25 mm Crochet Needle
- Draping liquid mixed with water (Or you can use any fabric stiffener)
- Brown or Green Floral Tape
- Glue/glue gun
Crassula Fun Facts
- Crassula Tomentosa or “ Woolly Crassula”, is perennials or biennials succulent.
- It was originated in Southern Namibia and the Republic of South Africa.
- The wolly crassula flowers early to mid-summer.
- Crassula’s are part of the Crassulaceae family: the stonecrop family of about 30 genera and 1,400 species with about 200 of them being accepted.
- Crassulas are usually propagated by stem or leaf cuttings.
- The name crassula comes from Latin, meaning thick, referring to the thickening of the succulent leaves.