Aloinopsis luckhoffii is a small succulent, forming dense mats of low, clustered rosettes, up to 2 inches (5 cm) tall and up to 1.6 inches (4 cm) in diameter. Leaves are thick, up to 0.7 inch (1,8 cm) long, light grass-green, bluish-green to dark purple, both surfaces covered with tubercles and textured with few grayish-white teeth on the upper surface. Flowers are daisy-like, silky, pale yellow, golden yellow, yellowish bronze or salmon pink, up to 1.2 inches (3 cm) in diameter.
Light: A sunny position brings out the best colors. It should be protected from too much exposure in summer. Water: Remember not to over-water in the summer when they’re taking their rest. During the winter months, water only when the soil becomes completely dry. Wet soil quickly causes root and stem rot. Temperature: Aloinopsis will survive mild frost if kept dry. They can tolerate down to about 23 degrees Fahrenheit (-5 degrees Celsius). Soil: They prefer a very porous potting mix to increase drainage. Fertilizer: They should be fertilized only once during the growing season with a balanced fertilizer.