Silver dollar plant

Crassula arborescens

Description

An upright species that commonly grows 3-4 ft. high and has distinctive round gray leaves with purple tinged margins. Showy clusters of white star-shaped flowers can occur from fall to spring on mature plants.

Silver dollar plant is a slow growing species with a dense stocky growth habit that is commonly planted for its attractive leaf color and character. It is best displayed in containers and small succulent gardens.

Plant Type: Succulent
Foliage Character: Succulent
Habit: Upright, Mounding, Irregular branching, Dense
Growth Rate: Slow
Foliage Color: Gray green, Blue gray
Flower Color: White
Flower Season: Winter, Spring, Fall
Soil Adaptations: Well-draining soil
Exposure Adaptations: Wind, Morning sun, Heat, Filtered or indirect sunlight, Drought, All day sun
Function: Specimen, Rock gardens, Residential spaces, Raised planters, Grouped, Foliage accent plant, Flowering accent plant, Container plant, Background plant
Height: 3 ft. – 4 ft.
Width: 3 ft. – 4 ft.