The stalkless, opposite leaves of Crassula cultrata are oblong, tapering at both ends. Their tips are narrowly rounded to sometimes acutely pointed. The often-red leaf margins are sharp-edged and cartilaginous or horny.
The Kouga Valley plants in picture are undecided between green and brownish red leaf colouring. It is still dry and hot enough to cause stress and redness, but it has rained as green, new growth confirms.
Summer bloomtime is over but the tall flower stems remain erect over the leaves, maybe harbouring the last seeds still biding their time in the tiny, dry carpels before dispersal.
Bushy is a feature of this plant called bush plakkie and in Afrikaans plakkiebos (Curtis-Scott, et al, 2020; Smith, et al, 2017; Vlok and Schutte-Vlok, 2015; iNaturalist).