Gasteria glomerata

Nice dwarf species with immaculate, bluish leaves, arranged distichously (in two rows). It starts as a small flat lying plant and eventually grows into dome-shaped clumps.

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Nice dwarf species with immaculate, bluish leaves, arranged distichously (in two rows). It starts as a small flat lying plant and eventually grows into dome-shaped clumps. It bears simple spikes with unusually swollen flowers, red-pink with yellow-green tips. Gasteria glomerata was described in 1991. It is endemic to  Kouga Dam in the SE Cape.

Cultivation Protected
Plant origin Asia
Presentation Bare root
Botanical family Xanthorrhoeaceae
Light Sun
Care Pot
Shape Succulents
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