Crassula x marchandii
Crassula x marchandii was first found in South Africa by a German named Max Otzen but named after G. Marchand, it was collected in the 1880s and first distributed in California in 1970. It is a very poorly known species that represents a natural hybrid of Crassula grisea x Crassula plegmatoides due to it being found between the two.
This natural hybrid features a shiny exterior with shades of red, yellow and green. The leaf structure is small yet fleshy and exists upon a single stem that offsets readily. It blooms eventually with small greyish flowers.