|Crassula lycopodiodes is a small, branching species, each branch is only about 6mm (0.25") across, but they can become quite long in time. The flowers are usually smelt before they are seen as their odour is quite strong, surprisingly so as the flowers are tiny. There is also a variegated form in cultivation.|
Photograph by : John Ellis
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