Lizard Tail

Gasteraloe beguinii


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Lizard Tail is an intergeneric cross of Gasteria and Aloe plants (believed to be Aloe aristate and Gasteria carinata var. verrucose). Its short, triangular, fleshy and pointed leaves are dark green but appear reddish under light, and are covered in warty white lumps.

Round rosettes reach up to 25cm tall making it an attractive small succulent that is an excellent container plant. Being easy to care for and long-lived, it is a great beginner houseplant. Stand it in the window or on the verandah or as part of a miniature succulent garden. Likes light shade to shade but can tolerate some full sun during the day. Water occasionally and ensure soil is free-draining.


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