Crassula tetragona is a succulent plant with narrow, almost needle-like foliage and sparsely branched, shrubby or tree-like habit that have caused it to be misleadingly dubbed 'miniature pine'. Crassula tetragona grows up to 1m tall. Crassula tetragona's leaves are apple-green awl-shaped and color in well-spaced pairs along fleshly, upright stems that can reach waist height. The stems are woody with brown bark. It's native to Southern Africa.
A minimum spacing of 0.15m when planting is recommended best results.