What is the plant
Variegated Jade Plant is a slow-growing cultivar close in appearance to the common jade plant but with cream stripes on spoon-shaped leaves. The natural habitat of the species is the Eastern Cape in South Africa, also in KwaZulu-Natal and Mozambique.
Crassula ovata cv. Lemon & Lime just as its all green cousin it is a many-branching succulent shrub with a stout trunk up to 120-180 cm tall. It bears pale-green, obovate pointed leaves that are streaked with a white variegation. New growth sometimes has a hint of pink over the white. Like most variegated plants, it is a slow grower. This form is sometimes called 'Tricolor' because of the tinge of pink on the new growth. The flowers of the plant are small pink or white, star-shaped in apical clusters 5 to 7 cm across within the foliage.
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