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Crassula Corymbulosa “Shark Tooth"

$1.10 USD
6" Pot

Crassula Corymbulosa Shark's Tooth

Crassula Corymbulosa is commonly known as “Shark Tooth.” This stunning summer-dormant plant originates from South Africa and grows up to 6 to 10 inches in height. Having more than 150 different species, the shark tooth is noted for thick fleshy leaves with bright pink, red, or sometimes orange borders. The new leaves grow with green color but as they grow, their color becomes brighter. This succulent belongs to the Crassulaceae family. 

Growth Rate

Crassula corymbulosa is fast-growing.


These plants bear tiny white color flowers on the branch tips. 

Water and Feeding/Fertilizer

The Shark tooth does not need overwatering. The soak & dry method is perfect. 


This variety of Crassula needs well-drained soil to develop properly. For better results, add crushed granite, pumice, chicken grit, or calcined clay. 


​Crassula corymbulosa belongs to the hardiness zone of 9-12, with a frost tolerance of 20 to 25° F (-6.6 to 3.8° C).


This plant needs full sunlight to grow. Extreme sunlight of noon may damage the leaves of the plant. 


Shark tooth is similar to other succulent plants. Cutting or offsetting is a common method of propagation.

If you don’t want to spend a lot of money and still want to make your garden look appealing, then Crassula Corymbulosa is the best plant to go with.

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