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An easy plant to grow, the stems reaching 3 feet (100cm), they stay upright for the first foot (30cm) then straggle over. Could be grown in a hanging pot/basket if you don't want to prune. May need a little water over Winter to prevent leaves wrinkling/drying out.
Crassula perforata. A shrubby or scrambling perennial. The stems are long, little-branched, somewhat covered in old leaves. The flowers are sessile and the sepals are triangular.
They are frost hardy to frost tender, min 5-7C. They will prefer full sun while others like partial shade. Grow them in very well drained soil with a little water in the winter. Most are easy to grow.
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