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  • Beestong

    Gasteria brachyphylla
    $10.50$15.50

    This is a low-growing stemless succulent growing 9-23cm tall and 7-23cm wide. Native to South Africa, the name “beestong” comes from the Afrikaans word for cattle tongue and describes the appearance of the leaf of this plant. Similar to aloe, this succulent has smooth fleshy leaves in two opposite rows, and leaves can have white…

  • Black Gasteria

    Gasteria nigricans
    $15.50$20.50

    This succulent is related to the aloe family and is native to the western cape of South Africa where tribal beliefs ascribe it magical healing properties. It is a stemless succulent grown mainly for its attractive foliage, being deep green, fleshy, tongue-like “distichous” leaves (arranged in opposing pairs to form a fan). Shallow rooted and…

  • Black Gem

    Gasteria nigricans monstrose
    $8.50

    Also called Sharkskin Gasteria or Black Gasteria. A perennial succulent from the South African genus of fairly rare, aloe-like Gasteria, which now number around 24 species cultivated for sale as houseplants. Gasteria leaves are long and roughly textured, which has led to their colloquial name being “ox tongue”. Shallow-rooted and slow growing, Gasteria make very…

  • Deer’s Tounge

    Gasteria verrucosa
    $8.50$12.50

    An attractive small stemless succulent which can tolerate shade well, making them a great houseplant. Features slender dark green stems densely covered with knobbly white warty-looking spots. Native to the Western Cape Province of South Africa, this unique-looking plant is very popular with succulent collectors even though it’s a bit slow-growing. Does best in sun…

  • Dune Gasteria

    Gasteria acinacifolia
    $10.50$20.50

    These attractive succulents are related to aloe, with around 20 species native to southern Africa. A small perennial shade-loving succulent with dark green leaves covered in small lumpy white dots, and featuring pretty arching wands of bell-shaped tubular green and orange flowers. Growing between 5cm and 40cm high and wide, this gasteria is very well…

  • Dwarf Lawyer’s Tongue

    Gasteria bicolor liliputana
    $6.50$8.50

    One of the smallest of the Gasterias, whose genus name derives from the Latin for stomach, referring to the shape of the flowers. Quite rare, this miniature perennial succulent has dark green leaves covered in mottled cream spots which form rosettes of just 2.5cm tall. Stems rise up to about 10cm and hold the tiny,…

  • Gasteria Armstrong

    Gasteria armstrong
    $10.50$20.50

    A rare, aloe-like dwarf succulent featuring spiral rosettes varying from 2cm high to half a metre tall. Usually grown for its decorative foliage, it has long, dark green, tongue-like leaves with whitish spots and horny margins, and produces small white, red, pink or orange tubular flowers. The flowers have an elliptical stomach-shape, with stomachs having…

  • Gasteria Brevifolia

    Gasteria brevifolia
    $10.50$15.50

    The hallmark of this plant is its interesting foliage. A clumping, mounding succulent, it is stemless, with basal leaves forming rosettes. Leaves are sliver grey to lime green, plump, fleshy, flat and tongue-like, and are covered in warty-looking bumps. It features a pink bloom in springtime. A relatively slow grower, it will reach a maximum…

  • Knoppies Gasteria

    Gasteria batesiana
    $10.50$20.50

    This charming little species is native to South Africa where traditional medicinal use has made it quite rare. Nearly stemless, it is a rosette succulent which grows to around a metre tall and 30cm diameter. Leaves are translucent and shaped like little stomachs, coloured dark blackish-green, and dotted with white lumps. Its thick cylindrical roots…

  • Kouga Gasteria

    Gasteria glomerata
    $8.50$10.50

    This very attractive, dwarf species of succulent makes an excellent easy-care potplant. Slow-growing, it bears rounded clusters of greyish-green, very succulent fleshy leaves with a rough, granular texture that form small rosettes which develop multiple pretty, small, bulbous flowers on 20cm stalks in the springtime. It grows to around 10cm tall, and forms dense clumps…

  • Little Warty

    Gasteria 'little warty'
    $8.50$10.50

    Adorable plant, perfect for beginners as it is very easy care. Reaching only about 13cm high and 10cm wide, this plant features broad, fleshy, oval leaves that are striped in shade of plastic-looking green. Each leaf is adorned with raised, wart-like bumps, giving it its name. This gasteria is shallow-rooted and relatively slow-growing, and will…

  • Mini Ox Tounge

    Gasteria liliputana
    $6.50

    One of the smallest of the Gasterias, whose genus name derives from the Latin for stomach, referring to the shape of the flowers. Quite rare, this miniature perennial succulent has dark green leaves covered in mottled cream spots which form rosettes of just 2.5cm tall. Stems rise up to about 10cm and hold the tiny,…

  • Sakura Fuji

    Gasteria 'sakura fuji'
    $15.50$20.50

    Gasterias are a group of South African succulents closely related to aloes and Haworthias and all now classified in the asphodel family, a breakout from the bulging lily family. An easy-to-grow succulent native to South Africa, gasterias are tough and easy care, making them the ideal beginner’s plant. Short, rigid leaves shaped like an ox…

  • Silver Toad

    Gasteria 'silver toad'
    $8.50$10.50

    Gasterias are a group of South African succulents closely related to aloes and Haworthias and all now classified in the asphodel family, a breakout from the bulging lily family. An easy-to-grow succulent native to South Africa, gasterias are tough and easy care, making them the ideal beginner’s plant. Short, rigid leaves shaped like an ox…

  • Toad Plant

    Gasteria batesiana barberton
    $10.50$20.50

    The Toad Plant, Gasteria batesiana barberton, is a unique and quirky succulent that is sure to catch the eye of any plant lover. With its distinctive, warty appearance and interesting shape, this plant is perfect for adding texture and personality to any garden or indoor space. Native to South Africa, the Toad Plant is well…