Thyrsiflora ‘Pagoda Village‘, also known as Crassula ‘Pagoda Village’, is a unique succulent that forms rosettes of leaves that change the color from green, red to purple. Flowers appear at the end of the up to 10 inches (25 cm) long pagoda chains. They are tiny, white, and up to 0.25 inch (0.6 cm) in diameter.
The beefy flesh of Crassula Pagoda Village succulent looks like pagodas, which are strange and beautiful and of great value to watch.
Watering for Crassula pagoda village is the same as in most Succulent plants. Follow the principle of “watering through”. Water the Pagoda once a week in the spring and autumn, keep the soil moist and wait until the soil is dry.