minimum is an native cushion plant that is common in alpine
areas of the south, centre and west of Tasmania. The flowers are
solitary, and the leaves have reddish tips.
It can be confused with Abrotanella
which has a single hair at the tip of each leaf and Donatia
novae-zelandieae which has densely hairy leaf axils. Other
superficially similar cushion
species) have distinctly yellowish green foliage. Chionohebe
ciliolata is only known from a single ridge on Ben Lomond.