Species Crassula lanceolata
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Etymology of Crassula:
La. crassus = thick; -ula = diminutive; referring to the fleshy succulent leaves.
Etymology of lanceolata:
From the Latin term for a spear or lance, and is usually used to indicate a species with narrow leaves that taper to a point at one end
Crassula lanceolata (Eckl. & Zeyh.) Endl. ex Walp.
Perennial, 5--15 cm, with wiry or fleshy stems, occ. mat-forming. Leaves opposite, often imbricate, triangular-lanceolate. Flowers in sessile axillary cymes, star-shaped, yellowish green, sepals and petals c. 1 mm long. Dec.--July. Sheltered slopes, NW, SW, KM, LB (Cedarberg Mts to Riversdale and E Cape to tropical Africa).
Observations of Taxon
There aren’t any identifications of Crassula lanceolata.