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|Crassula exilis subs picturata|
|Crassula exilis subs. picturata is a dwarf annual or perennial succulent herb with numerous stems forming tufts, from a vertical woody rootstock. It has spirally arranged rosettes and rather narrow, acute leaves. The species is distinguished by its leaves scattered with red spots, rarely fleshy, and for the flowering erect stem which is hairy. Stem: Short, erect, succulent, simple or several from the same root, closely leafy, scabrous 2.5-5 cm high, 4-6 mm in diameter. Rosettes: With spirally arranged towards the base of the stems, old leaves remaining attached to stems. The leaves are variable in size and appearance. Inflorescence: Peduncles terminal, up to 15 cm. long, ascending, very slender, herbaceous, hispid with whitish, spreading, obtuse hairs up to 1 mm. long, bearing a more or less flat-topped few-flowered cymes, leaves gradually becoming shorter along indistinct erect peduncle. Flowers: more or less pink. Petals ovate-lanceolate, acute, with a short, acute, smooth mucro below the apex, stellately spreading, smooth. Blooming season: Flowers appear in late summer through to late autumn.|