The leaves of Crassula capitella subsp. thyrsiflora may also look like this. Narrower, longer succulent leaf triangles than one finds in some other forms of the plant are arranged in the typical decussate leaf positioning structure. This means that the successive opposite leaf pairs on a stem appear at right angles above the previous pair, resulting in four vertical leaf arrays.
The stem leaves decrease in size towards the top. Different shades of green, yellow, pink, red and purple can be seen on these leaves. Almost a rainbow plant!
C. capitella subsp. meyeri has narrower, acutely pointed leaves (iSpot).