A dwarf succulent native to western South Africa and southern Namibia around 300 m with thick, angled, pale bluish leaves and attractive pale salmon to yellow or white flowers with a yellow center.
In cultivation it does best in drier, warm temperate climates. Cheiridopsis is adapted to sparse winter rains and is dormant in summer. Germination: Cover seeds only lightly with substrate. Substrate: Coir, pure sand or sowing mix + 2/3 sand or perlite. Keep bright and constantly moist but not wet.