Gasteria minima is a unique broad leaf succulent. The rosettes are up to 5-7 cm in diameter, stemless with basal leaves. The leaves are fleshy, fat, pillowy, tongue-like. Smooth, shiny, green speckled, wide with white dots and variably striped with yellow. Leaves may turn red if plant is stressed. The flowers are small up to 2 cm, pendulous, tubular, bi-colored reddish-pink and green that look like little stomachs. The inflorescence can be branched and tall. Flowers can be produced any time of year, peaking in midwinter to spring.
Each plant comes in 2 inch pot.