Rich LG
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crassula blooming

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This is about the fourth time I've had blooms.
My originanl plant had a 3 inch diameter trunk, that was on 1970's. It died back due to frost kill. But I've kept it alive. I kept the plant potbound, to reduce it size. This year I am repotting I hopes of again regaining some size.
I think that the stock plant was 'old' when I got my start.

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Re: crassula blooming

Jade plant. I have one of those too.
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Re: crassula blooming

Great. I've had jade for years and can't recall if they ever bloomed.
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Re: crassula blooming

Mine never has either. Nice blooms there!

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Re: crassula blooming

Awesome blooms! I have a jade as well. It blooms every November-January.
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