Crassula ovate is a semi-herbaceous plant from the genus Crassula of the family Crassulaceae. Finger Jade is native to South Africa and Mozambique. The plant differs from other representatives of its species in its original appearance. At the same time, it remains the same unpretentious care.
Externally, Finger Jade is a small bush up to 70 inches (180 cm) high. The stems of the plant become woody and brown underneath. Numerous leaves are wedge-shaped, green, and sometimes with a red border. The flowers are small, white or light pink. Flowering time is autumn and winter.