C. perforata grows long, unbranched, rambling stems. It looks similar to its close relative, Crassula rupestris, but C. perforata has a long inflorescence, with lots of tiny cream flowers, and it flowers between November and April. (Crassula rupestris has a dense and rounded inflorescence that has leaf-like bracts at its base, and it flowers between June and October).
|Soil Condition:||Sandy Loam|
|Purchase Size:||0.75'' - 1.5'' (2 - 4cm)|