This plant is known as creeping jade, trailing jade or weeping jade, despite having no relation to the jade plant (crassula ovata). If planted in a container, the stems can drape downward up the four feet.
Trailing jade likes bright, indirect light. It prefers to be fully dry before it gets watered again and make sure that it’s planted in well draining, sandy soil. Less water is needed in the winter, since this plant will go somewhat dormant. When it does, the egg shaped leaves, usually green, may blush purple. Trailing jade rarely requires repotting.