Crassula radicans (Red Carpet plant) is a low-growing succulent. Even though it is mainly considered an indoor greenie, it can also thrive in gardens (if the climate allows it).
Crassula radicans is also known as Red Carpet. The maximum height of this leafy friend is about 11.8-15.7 inches (30-40 cm), and it spreads up to 35.4 inches (90 cm) in diameter. Its small, flat, and fresh leaves remain green much of the year but turn bright red in winter when exposed to sunlight.
This type of succulent is native to South Africa; nevertheless, it is famous and easy to identify worldwide due to its attractive flower clusters and fantastic color in cooler seasons.