Crassula deceptor is a small species native to South Africa and Namibia.
It consists of silvery-white fleshy leaves that form a compact column that stays low and compact. It is a clumping and spreading succulent that offsets readily. In time, the leaves will become pointy and prove to be a real sculptural highlight in any location. It shoots flower stems from the central rosette in winter, consisting of pink, sweet-scented flowers.
Perfect for adding texture and contrasting colour to any succulent display.