The Kabab bush (Crassula rupestris) belongs to Crassulaceae (the Orpine family). It is an evergreen subshrub that is distributed in southern Namibia and South Africa. This herb grow in hot, dry, rocky places, and up to a height of 30-90 cm. It is a much-branched and succulent. The stems are thin, fleshy near the growing tip, but rather woody lower down. Leaves are small, thick, opposite, ovate and lanceolate in shape, up to 2.5 cm long and grayish in color. The leaf margins turn a brilliant red or yellow during the summer months. Flowers are grouped in clusters, deep pink to pale pink, star-shaped and up to 6 mm across and bloom from June to September.