What is the name of this perennial succulent plant shown in the picture?
'Crassula capitella', (Red Flames, Red Pagoda, or Campfire Plant) is a perennial succulent plant native to southern Africa. It is found in Transvaal, Free State, Eastern Cape, and also in some parts of southern Namibia and Botswana.
The narrow, pointed, splayed ("propeller-like") leaves are initially light green, but become a strong reddish colour in the sun. The leaves are stacked, and near the base of the rosette, they are larger. Near the top of a rosette, the leaves gradually get smaller and change into floral bracts, as the stem forms a long, pointed inflorescence.