tiger jade Crassula exilis ssp. cooperi Type:succulent, tropical houseplants Notable Traits:low-maintenance, striking foliage Hardiness:Zone 10 – 11 Mature Height:less than 8in Light:part sun/afternoon shade (eastern exposure), part sun/morning shade (western exposure), part to full sun (4 hours or more sun), sun (8+ hrs) Water:drought tolerant, requires well-drained soil Bloom Color:pink, white Foliage:blue, green, silver, variegated Description Blue-green leaves with black spots on the upper side and maroon spots on the underside of the leaf. Flowers open red and fade to pale pink and white. A unique dwarf spreading crassula. Native to South Africa.