Rich just took this photo of our new acquisition, Crassula perforata variegata. This was another of his finds at the Homeless Despot last Saturday, when we were on our way to meet Dad at China Palace for lunch. It’s (obviously) very similar to the Crassula perforata we bought last week, but this one has thinner leaves, the yellow variegation, and the neatest feature—although it isn’t apparent in the photo—tiny pups are already forming near the base of almost every plant in this group. It should form a nice clump soon!
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