Coronilla minima is a species of flowering plant from the Fabaceae family that can be found in Eastern and Central Spain. The plant stems are 5-60 centimetres (2.0-23.6 in) long and are erect. Leaves grow in 2-4 pairs and are 0.8-2.2 millimetres (0.031-0.087 in) long and membranous with 1.2-20 millimetres (0.047-0.787 in) by 0.8-7 millimetres (0.031-0.276 in) long obovate and spatulate leaflets.The plant flowers in spring when the Inflorescence carries 4-12 flowers that have a 1.5-3.5 millimetres (0.059-0.138 in) long peduncle which have ascending 0.4 millimetres (0.016 in) bracteoles and are often deciduous. Pedicels are 1-3.5 millimetres (0.039-0.138 in) long with 2-4 millimetres (0.079-0.157 in) long calyx that is glabrous. The Corolla is yellow in colour while the keels that are 4-6.5 millimetres (0.16-0.26 in) by 1.5-2.1 millimetres (0.059-0.083 in) have one awn that is 2-2.5 millimetres (0.079-0.098 in) long. The Fruits are 10-45 millimetres (0.39-1.77 in) in length and are straight, containing 1-1.1 millimetres (0.039-0.043 in) by 3-3.8 millimetres (0.12-0.15 in) transverse to ovoid seeds of a yellowish-brown colour.