Crassula multicava is a perennial succulent plant from the family Crassulaceae. It is also known under various common names including the fairy crassula, pitted crassula and London pride. The fairy crassula is a native of South Africa.
Crassula multicava occurs naturally along the forest margin, riparian areas, mountainous regions of Natal and within coastal vegetation and is often subspontaneous from abandoned cultivations. It is native to South Africa, from Mpumulanga, Natal to the Eastern and Southern Cape provinces. It has been introduced and naturalized in California, New Zealand and elsewhere in tropical and Mediterranean areas around the world. It is a variable evergreen succulent species embracing a full range from perennial trailing ground cover plants to small almost erect subshrubs which stems are very brittle and soft, and pieces will easily break off and lead to the establishment of new plants. It rarely exceeds 30 cm tall in the landscape. The leaves are round, dark green and lustrous in the shade and paler green when grown in more sun and speckled with small white or red spots. Invasive in Australia and California.