Crassula 'Buddha's Temple' is an unusual, eye-catching plant with upward facing leaves that resemble a Chinese temple. They have a powdery coating which is rubbed off by water or touch – water plants from below to avoid this.
Crassula 'Buddha's Temple' plant is native to South Africa and Mozambique, they are commonly grown as houseplants in cooler regions. Crassula 'Buddha's Temple' is a very interesting plant that forms a nice square columnar rosette and resembles a giant Crassula pyramidalis. The leaves are silvery-grey to greyish-green, scale like, very thick and wide heart-shaped which turn up at the ends. They are densely stacked, each leaf overlapping somewhat and form square columns approximately 4cm wide. The light, white powdery surface helps to preserve moisture and protect from strong sunlight.