Lizard Tail Overview
As succulents go, Crassula muscosa likes to be on the moister side. It can survive droughts but will thrive with regular watering (as long as it's only moist, not wet). It will also enjoy bright, indirect sunlight. Crassula muscosa is a perennial succulent. It grows as a dense spreading bush, with branches covered in small triangular/ovate leaves arranged densely, giving the appearance of scaly tails. It therefore makes an interesting houseplant. Tiny, non-showy, but strongly scented yellow-green blooms develop from between the small leaves. In small quantities, the scent may be considered pleasantly musky, but it is a powerful smell and in higher doses can be quite unpleasant. It can be grown in rockeries or pots in the garden, or indoors.