Gasteria bicolor var. liliputana
This plant is endemic to the Eastern Cape Prov., South Africa along the Grahamstown quartzitic sandstone mountain range. The plant has slightly raised creamy white textured bumps along the leaves which can get some nice purple tones. This is the smallest species in the Gasteria genus, freely offsetting to form small thick clusters. It grows best in part shade to full shade with moderate water during the summer and little water during winter. The flowers are pale orange/pink with some green at the tips.