Crassula socialis is a South African native like a number of other succulents. However, it can only be found on the cliffs of the eastern shore where it grows in rock crevices, which are usually south or southeast facing. It's cup-shaped white flowers are dainty and bloom in late fall. Because its natural habitat is both limited and difficult to access, this clustered succulent is considered rare.
Luckily, that doesn't mean you need a southeast facing cliff in your backyard to grow them! As long as they are not at risk of being smothered by another plant, these Crassulas will grow beautifully alongside your other succulents.
These young plants come in 2" pots and are ready to spread in your garden.