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Crassula clavata - A small mound-forming succulent 2 to 4 inches tall that has tightly packed 1 inch long thick oblanceolate club-shaped leaves that are deep reddish-purple tinged when grown in bright light and particularly so colored in winter. The tight clusters of small creamy white-colored flowers sit 4 to 6 inches above the foliage on an erect inflorescence. Plant in full coastal Sun - may burn in hot inland locations. Very little irrigation required except in desert regions and hardy to around 25 °F. A great slow growing plant for a container or small scale groundcover. This plant comes from gravely areas in the Succulent Karo in Northern Cape into the Little Karo of the Western Cape, both providences in the Repulbic of South Africa.