What is the plant
Crassula radicans usually grows in rocky quartz fields and uses nurse plants to protect against frosts, harsh sun in South Africa. This plant was naturalized in Jersey (an island in the English Channel) and in warm temperate areas around the world.
Crassula radicans (also known as Crassula pubescens ssp. radicans) is a low growing shrubby or creeping succulents up to 30-40 cm tall, with small emerald green oval leaves that blush deep red in bright light or cold temperatures and give an overall appearance of a succulent leafy carpet. It is similar to Crassula pubescens but has glabrous leaves. It becomes mat-forming in time and produces dense clusters of tiny white flowers.
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