I've been looking at succulent pictures for hours and this one is still a mystery to me.
SOLVED: Name this succulent, too!
Could be an unusual one. It has pointed leaf tips on all the leaves and a think red line on the leaf edge.
It grows looser than most ovatas, although my wavy jade is somewhat similar in growth pattern.
You're probably right. I don't have a clue where this plant came from. Maybe it's something a friend gave me and it has been living in deep shade.
All of my jade plants are much stiffer and fatter, even the ones in part shade. There are sooo many crassulas it could even be another ovata that isn't listed on Dave's garden. I actually have a few succulents that aren't.
This is one of the "new" Crassula cv.s that have recently come into the trade. It's not C. ovata, but I can't remember which it is; I'll add the name when I get to the nursery.
Thanks, it would be appreciated.
I looks crassula-ish to me too, but that's not enough latin for the Dept. of Agriculture form.
Looks kinda like the Dwarf Crassula ovata but it has been shade grown and doesn't have the red edges on the leaves
your plant is Crassula cultrata.
And a link for comparison
Thank-you so much. I had given up. It is definately crassula cultrata!