How do you care for a Crassula Bluebird?

Although this hardy succulent can handle plenty of neglect, just be careful of frosts and over-watering, which will begin to rot the plant from the stem. Make sure you plant in a good quality free-draining soil, ideally in a Sunny to Part-Shade location. We find Crassula ‘Blue Birds’ do best in full sun.

How do you propagate a Crassula Bluebird?

When propagating Blue Bird from cuttings, cut a leaf from the mother plant carefully with a clean knife or scissors. Before replanting, wait for a few days to allow it to callous. Use well-draining soil for your new succulent plant. Don’t forget to water when the soil dries out.

Why are the leaves falling of my jade plant?

Poor drainage is a common reason why Jade plants drop their leaves. Well-draining soil is imperative for the long-term happiness of most succulents. If your Jade plant’s soil doesn’t drain well, excess moisture can lead to root rot.

How do you propagate a silver dollar?

Propagating silver dollar succulent vines is a pretty simple process and is a lot like propagating some other succulents. Simply cut off a piece of newer growth that is branching off of the main stem. Keep in mind that if you cut off a branch on the main stem, it will callous over and won’t regrow.

Is Crassula an indoor plant?

Most Crassula plants grown as houseplants originated from the eastern cape of South Africa. If you have the proper climate, the plants look terrific in the garden, but all look just as excellent indoors.

Is jade plant toxic to birds?

Jade plants (also known as money plants) are a succulent variety that is safe for birds and adds a unique touch to any room.

Is Crassula poisonous to humans?

Jade plant This classic member of the Crassula genus is considered toxic to dogs, cats and humans alike, causing vomiting, depression, and incoordination if ingested.