Crassula capitella

Crassula capitella

''Crassula capitella'' or the ''Campfire Plant'' is a perennial succulent plant native to southern Africa.
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Appearance

It grows to a height of about 6 inches tall and will be damaged when exposed to temperatures below 30 °F . It has narrow, pointed stacked leaves.

It is mostly biennial, blooming in the summer with white flowers, with one rosette.

Naming

*''Crassula capitella'' subsp. ''capitella''
⤷ ''Crassula capitella'' subsp. ''enantiophylla''
⤷ ''Crassula capitella'' subsp. ''meyeri''
⤷ ''Crassula capitella'' subsp. ''nodulosa''
⤷ ''Crassula capitella'' subsp. ''sessilicymula''
⤷ ''Crassula capitella'' subsp. ''thyrsiflora''

Distribution

''Crassula capitella'' is native to southern Africa; it is found in Transvaal, Free State, Eastern Cape, and in some parts of southern Namibia and Botswana.

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Taxonomy
KingdomPlantae
DivisionAngiosperms
ClassEudicots
OrderSaxifragales
FamilyCrassulaceae
GenusCrassula
SpeciesC. capitella
Photographed in
Bulgaria