Crassula dichotoma produces stalked, yellow or orange flowers in flat-topped clusters. The five fleshy sepals have red-brown marginal spots, sometimes near the tips only, similar to the leaf-spots.
The flower has a short, cup-shaped corolla tube and five spreading, sometimes slightly recurving lobes in a star-shape. The petals may be oblong near the base and only tapering nearer their tips, or narrowing earlier to more acutely pointed tips.
The corolla is often variably V-marked on the petals in a darker shade around its mouth, or red to red-brown on the yellow flowers. The orange flowers are yellow inside the cups, their petal margins sometimes purple. Flower diameter is about 9 mm.
The five yellow anthers in the corolla mouth surround the five-pointed stigma, both sometimes slightly exserted. One anther in picture does not yet offer pollen.
Flowering happens in early to late spring (Frandsen, 2017; Smith, et al, 2017; Le Roux, et al, 2005; Manning and Goldblatt, 1997; iNaturalist).