The Crassula Spathulata is a sprawling succulent with rounded and toothed leaves which have a red tinge to the margins. Star-like, white to pinkish flowers are carried in clusters at the tips of the branches from March to June. This is an ideal ground cover for sun or shade. It benefits greatly from occasional trimming and feeding. Its natural habitat is from Knysna to the Eastern Cape.
Crassula Spathulata is a perfect example of indigenous groundcovers. They are low-growing, easy to care for plants that can fill the gaps between pavers, and creates a soft and romantic garden floor and will be in flower throughout the year.