Like all jade plants, one crassula cutting can fill a pot in no time.
If conditions are warm enough in your zone 9a to 11b, you can even plant it outside in the greater garden. Cold climate gardeners will want to protect crassula in pots by bringing them inside when the weather turns cold.
Pretty wavy leaves that are red-tinged on the tips make it a perfect companion for burgundy, red and pink plant partners. Try coleus, both love part-shade and plenty of water although crassula can go for long spells without it.
Ships without soil as a cutting the size of a large corsage.
Root your crassula cutting in barely moist soil and dappled light. Feed only after it is well rooted.