Crassula pyramidalis (Buddha's Temple Plant) Illustrated Print


An A4 digital print of the Crassula pyramidalis. This eye-catching succulent has upward facing leaves and resembles a Chinese temple, which gives it one of it's common names, "Buddha's Temple". It is also known as Pagoda Mini Jade and Pyramid Crassula.

The word "pyramidalis" is the Latin word for "pyramid-shaped" which clearly refers to its growth habit and the way it looks – this is detailed in the artwork.

This would be the ultimate low-maintenance addition to a succulent lover's collection, and will create an interesting talking point once popped in a frame and hung on their wall.

Also available as part of my "Special Species" 10 Postcards Set