|Crassula deceptor is a very variable small succulent subshrub that stays relatively low and clumps readily.
Their stems grow Up to 15' tall.
Leaves: 1,5-2 cm long, in overlapping pairs along a usually unbranched stem, tightly imbricated, round +/- pointed in the shape of canoes which stack off a central stem and produce a square pillar. Grey-green covered with a light, white powdery (pruinose) surface. These characters preserve moisture and protect from strong sunlight.
Flowers: Produces a few-branched loose cyme, of very small, pinkish sweet-scented flowers.
Blooming season: Flowers appears in every time of the yeas when conditions are appropriate, but they tend to be produced mainly during winter as these are basically a southern hemisphere plants.