Crassula arborescens is a many branched succulent which (given the right conditions) can grow into a stocky plant of upto 4 feet tall.
It has rounded, silver-gray leaves which are up to 3″ long. The leaves regularly blush maroon along their edges.
Crassula are a really easy to grow houseplant, so easy in fact that they’re often found in the waiting areas of most Chinese takeaways.
As with most succulents over watering is perhaps the worst thing you could do to them it’s better err on the side caution letting the plant get too dry rather than too wet. Regular feeding through spring and summer will encourage healthy growth. To encourage crassula to thicken into bushy plants, the main growing tips can be ‘pinched out’ in spring to encourage side-shooting.