A smaller succulent growing to 30cm tall with fleshy red tinged stems and chunky club shaped leaves. The leaves also feature fine white hairs giving them an attractive velvety or felt like texture.
Crassula rogersii will do well in shady spots where growth will be measured and leaves hold their rich green colour. Move to a sunnier spot and the leaves will lighten and turn red at the tips.
Crassula succulents are very easy to grow in a gritty, well drained compost mix. As desert plants, crassula should never sit in water as overwatering can be fatal, it is best to err on the dry side rather than wet.
Plants are very easily propagated from a single leaf set in a succulent potting mix where they will root and create a new plant.