Crassula rupestris is a shrubby succulent of the Crassulaceae family native to the Eastern Cape of South Africa. This plant is known for its beauty; in particular, its leaves have a pleasant shape and red-yellow color that appears in the summer.
Crassula rupestris has several common names, but the best known is Baby's Necklace Vine and Kebab Bush. The plant has a branched growth, so it is difficult to predict its growth. It usually grows up to 91 cm (30 ft) and has 0.6 cm (0.25 in) leaves. The flowers consist of bunches at the top, varying from dark pink to pale with a pink tinge.
In summer, the edges of the leaves turn red or yellow, which helps the plant survive the warming. A characteristic feature of the plant is that it grows very slowly, but in nature, it can exist for more than 60 years.