- Flower nameCrassula ovata
- Scientific nameCrassula ovata
- AliasCrassula, カゲツ, 花月, 金の成る木, Crassula portulacea, Dollar plant, Money tree
- Place of originSouth Africa
- Place of floweringGarden, Bonsai, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, March, December
- Language of flowersRich
What is Crassula ovata
Crassula ovata (scientific name: Crassula ovata) is a South Africa native succulent plant and evergreen shrub of Crassulaceae family. It is resistant to dryness, and the stems and stems become thicker every year. The leaves are rounded and thick with reddish edges.
A pink to white star-shaped floret blooms full of trees from winter to spring. It is called "dollar plant" in English because round and hard leaves resemble coins.In Japan, it is the origin of the fact that it is distributed as a tree consisting of gold by inserting a 5-yen coin with holes in the stems and trunks of young trees.The application is decorated with bonsai etc. for celebrations and entrances at home.
The genus name "Crassula" means "thick" in Greek, and the species minor "ovata" means "oval" in Latin. Flower language is "wealth".
Common name: Crassula ovata, Scientific name: Crassula ovata, aka: Kane-no-naruki, Crassula , Crassula portulacea, Dollar plant, Money tree, Origin: South Africa, Living type: Succulents, evergreen shrubs, Tree height: 1 to 3 m, Leaf shape: Oviform, Leaf height: 3 cm, Inflorescence: corymb, Flowering period: December to the following March, flower color: white, pale peach, flower diameter: 0.5 to 1.2 cm.