Crassula ‘Buddha’s Temple’ is a very interesting plant that forms a nice square columnar rosette. This amazing variety is a hybrid of Crassula pyramidalis and Crassula perfoliata. Silvery-grey to greyish-green, scale like, very thick and wide heart-shaped which turn up at the ends. They are densely stacked, each leaf overlapping somewhat and form square columns approximately 4cm wide. The light, white powdery surface helps to preserve moisture and protect from strong sunlight.

Crassula ‘Buddha’s Temple’

Grows best with some protection from intense full sun. It is drought tolerant. Adaptable as a houseplant. Easy care succulent plant. Crassulaceae family. Not cold hardy. Flowers appears in every time of the yeas when conditions are appropriate.

Care For Crassula ‘Buddha’s Temple’

They will require a free draining compost and good light to keep the plants compact and encourage leaf colour and flowering, but the white pruinose leaves coatings in our collection sometime is not very intense and is best to avoid to expose our plant to direct sun in summer. Morning sun only . Needs regular water in the growing season, but reduce watering during winter month , fairly drought tolerant elsewhere. After growing for several years tend to become untidy, and should be cut very short or restarted from cuttings. Crassulas are sensitive to mealybugs.

Scientific Name

Crassula ‘Buddha’s Temple’

Crassula ‘Buddha’s Temple’

Common Names

Buddha’s Temple


Crassula ‘Kimnachi’, Crassula ‘Myron Kimnach’

Scientific Classification

Family: Crassulaceae

Subfamily: Crassuloideae 
Genus: Crassula

Crassula ‘Buddha’s Temple’