Crosby's compact

Scientific name: 'Crosby's compact'

Place of Origin:

Frank Crosby

Is credited with finding, breeding or naming this cultivar

Year: Unkown

Rarity (1-10) 3

'Crosby's compact' is   small form Crassula ovata  found by Frank Crosby.    It will turn bright Red,Orange,Yellow  during cold conditions with bright light. It is the most common of the small form Crassula ovata cultivars.

Gold coin

Scientific name: Gold coin

Place of Origin: Korea

Hojawon Succulents

Is credited with finding, breeding or naming this cultivar

Year: Unkown

Rarity (1-10) 7

'Gold coin'  A  small form Crassula ovata  from  from Hojawon succulents  in South Korea will only show its stunning Yellow form  that resembles a  "stack of Gold coins" during cold conditions with bright light.  

Helios

Scientific name: Helios

Place of Origin:

Name here, or Unknown

Is credited with finding, breeding or naming this cultivar

Year: Unkown

Rarity (1-10) 4

'Helios' a slightly larger  small form cultivar Is found occasionally as a sport on 'Hummel's ghost' usually growing near the base of the plant.  It is a very slow growing variety with nearly pastel  colored green, red and yellow foliage.

Hot lip

Scientific name: Hot lip

Place of Origin: Korea

Hojawon Succulents

Is credited with finding, breeding or naming this cultivar

Year: Unkown

Rarity (1-10) 7

'Gold coin'  A  small form Crassula ovata  from  from Mr. Hojawon in South Korea will only show  its signature Red lip during cold conditions with bright light.  

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JANUS

Scientific name: Janus

Place of Origin:Korea

Year: named in  June 2019

Rarity (1-10)7

JANUS   A Hojawon succulents cultivar  Previously known as Korean Tri-color

was named after the mythological Roman God JANUS  of Beginnings,gates,transitions,time,duality,doorways,passages and endings.

It features stunningly de-colored lips on many leaves.     

These are now available from Hojawon Succulents 

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Plant Scientific name:

Place of Origin:

Name here, or Unknown

Is credited with finding, breeding or naming this cultivar

Year: Unkown

Rarity (1-10)

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Minor

Scientific name: Minor

Place of Origin: South Africa 

Year: Unkown

Rarity (1-10) 3

'Minor' is possibly  a wild type variety, Its nearly identical to 'Crosby's compact'

in color and overall size however its growth patterns are seemingly more random similar to  those of  the common 'Crassula ovata' . 'Crosby's compact' has a very symmetrical growth pattern.

Minima

Scientific name:'Minima'

Place of Origin: Possibly South Africa

Year: Unkown

Rarity (1-10) 4

'Minima' is identified by its medium sized leaves and gnarly, often peeling trunk

It is speculated that 'Minor' is a wild type variety from  South Africa.  Its leaves are typically 3/4 to  1 inch or  22 mm to 25 mm .  During cooler weather and bright sun light, the leaves will develop red rims.   'Minor'  Will flower white in large clumps under the right conditions usually in the fall (In the northern USA).

Komaengi

Scientific name: Komaengi

Place of Origin:Korea

Year: Unkown

Rarity (1-10)10

The smallest of the small form cultivars,  'Komangi' translates to "little Boy" In In high light conditions 'komaengi' will turn red, green and yellow, similar to Crosby's compact but half the size. It is known to be a very slow growing cultivar.  Komangi is a cultivar from Hojawon succulents 

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Sakura ougon kagetsu

Scientific name: Sakura ougon kagetsu

Place of Origin: Japan

Mr. Mitsuhashi

Is credited with finding, breeding or naming this cultivar

Year: Unkown

Rarity (1-10) 10

'Sakura ougon kagetsu'   roughly translates to  "Good months of golden cherry flowers" (let me know if that's wrong).   The name implies that it will flower while young with Pink flowers and will have Golden leaves. This ultra rare cultivar is what you would expect the small form of 'Hummel's sunset' to look like although its unclear if they are related.   This slow growing cultivar was originally from the selections of Former Mr. Mitsuhashi  A noted Japanese plants man. 

Sunshine

Scientific name:  'Sunshine'

Place of Origin:  South Korea

Mr. Hojawon

Is credited with finding, breeding or naming this cultivar

Year: Unkown

Rarity (1-10)6

'Sunshine' a very  lightly variegated Photo reactive small form cultivar From Hojawon succulents.  It will change from green to green and yellow under the right cool and bright conditions.

Variegated Small form plants

Variegated Crosby's compact

Scientific name: 'Variegated crosby's compact'

Year: Unkown

Rarity (1-10)9

"Variegated crosby's compact'  is the ultra rare variegated form of  'Crosby's compact'.   There may be  three different clones being cultivated currently, one being  more white,  another being more colorful and a third that is smaller.  Variegated Crosby's compact is a slow growing cultivar that  is  prone to producing mostly albino leaves. When this happens the plant is no  longer able to produce chlorophyll and photosynthesis stops  often killing  the plant.  

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Korean ghost / Hojawon variegated 

Scientific name:Korean ghost

Place of Origin: Korea

Mr. Hojawon

Is credited with finding, breeding or naming this cultivar

Year: Unkown

Rarity (1-10)  8

'Korean ghost'  is a small form slightly variegated plant that resembles Hummel's ghost under the right cold and bright conditions.  During summer it is typically green with thin white variegation,    Like all other Korean cultivars It prefers as much full spectrum as possible It has the tendency to become leggy in lower light conditions

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Medio Variegated Small Form plants

Medio Variegated Crosby's Compact

Scientific name:Medio variegated crosby's compact

Place of Origin: Japan

Hiroshi Mitsuhashi 

Is credited with finding, breeding or naming this cultivar

Year: Unkown

Rarity (1-10) 10+

Medio variegated Crosby's compact is the center variegated form of variegated Crosby's compact.  It is a Ultra rare cultivar from The  late Hiroshi Mitsuhashi

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