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Crassula pyramidalis is widely distributed from the Bokkeveld Mountains to the Eastern Cape.
The stems appear to be four angled due to the short leaves that are densely packed on top of each other. The white flowers appear in spring on top of the stem and the individual stems die after flowering.
There is some variation in the length of the leaves at different localities.
1. Plants of the Klein Karoo - Jan and Anne-Lise Vlok.
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