Baby Toes Plant is an interesting small-sized succulent belonging to a monotypic species, and its appearance resembles little fingers. In the natural environment of Africa and Namibia, Fenestraria rhopalophylla grows deep enough in the sand, showing only the upper part of its leaves, which helps it retain moisture.
Fenestraria rhopalophylla is easily identified by its thick leaves, the tips of which are very transparent due to a lack of green pigment, which allows light to pass through them more easily. The leaves are cylindrical in shape, growing the most in the upper part, similar to a baseball bat. The plant is not tall and usually grows to 6 in (15 cm) tall, with an extremely short stem. The flowers are yellow or red, odorless, appear in spring and autumn, and resemble chamomile flowers in shape.