Gibbaeum dispar is a dwarf succulent growing a mound of leaves on short branches. The plant typically reaches 2 cm in height. The leaves tend to change colour from the silvery green to reddish or brown in harsh conditions. Several of these tiny mesembs are referred to as living rocks.
The Aizoaceae, mesemb or vygie family connection becomes evident in the typical flower structure, a whorl or whorls of petals around the anther cluster. This appearance is a bit daisy-like, but in the Asteraceae family the real daisies have many, tiny, individual disc flowers or florets, while vygies have flower centres filled with stamens, stigmas and sometimes infertile staminodes lacking anthers.
G. dispar is grown in succulent gardens, often rockeries and containers, or as an indoor plant in many parts of the world. It wants sunlight, or much light if cultivated indoors. The soil should be quick-draining. Over-watering brings negative effects (Vlok and Schutte-Vlok, 2010; Wikipedia).