Crassula pellucida is a creeping, succulent ground-cover, or low-growing, spreading succulent shrub, indigenous to South Africa. It is highly variable, tolerates shade, and several forms are popular in cultivation.
Crassula is a diverse and extensive genus of succulent plants, with about 350 species. Crassula pellucida subsp. marginalis "variegata" is a flowing mass of heart-shaped leaves variegated in pink, green, and creamy yellow. The plant looks nice in a hanging pot. Probably the most well-known is the Jade plant (Crassula ovata). Many of us know it as a houseplant, but in warm climates, it grows into a shrub.