Its name literally means "Chinese Crassula". In fact, it is very similar to the Crassula family, plus they both come from the Asian continent. They are succulents very appreciated for their characteristic compact curly shape and, above all, for the extraordinary variety of colors and shades with which their graceful rosettes, with fleshy and elongated leaves, are presented. They are very compact and take on different shapes, including monstrous forms, very sought after precisely because of their oddity. There are species of a bluish-green color, others are pink, others are bright green, some of those are almost black. These colors, by exposing the plant to remarkable light conditions, will present unique shades that will be perfect for decorating your interior! Here are some easy tips for its proper care and cultivation: It requires an exposition to a lot of light and likes direct sun rays. It likes warm climates like those from which it comes, however it resists well for long periods the temperature decrease down to 10 °C. It is advisable to shelter it in bright places during the winter period. Water regularly every 3-4 days in hot weather, never let water stagnate between the leaves of the plant. In winter it is advisable to completely stop watering. It is required a well-draining substrate, a soil suitable for succulents is an optimal solution. They do not need frequent fertilization, it is sufficient to dilute a specific fertilizer with watering once a year.