Aloinopsis rubrolineata is a dwarf succulent native to South Africa and belongs to the Aizoaceae family. In its natural environment, Aloinopsis was able to adapt to an arid climate where it feels comfortable. Due to its interesting appearance and ease of care, the succulent is popular in many countries as a decorative plant.
Aloinopsis rubrolineata is easily identified by its deep purple color, daisy-like flowers, and rough texture. It grows low above the ground and has tongue-shaped leaves of a dark green shade. The plant grows up to 5 in (12 cm) tall, and its thick tuberous roots can be 3 in (7 cm) long. The root system is created in such a way as to store water and prevent dehydration. The plant blooms in winter and produces single, creamy-white flowers with orange lines growing on numerous stems. The petals are thick and have a light orange tint.