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Gasteria ‘Little Warty’ (2″ Pot)

$5.49

Gasteria ‘Little Warty’ is a slow growing succulent variety with thick, rigid, tongue-like leaves that are speckled with light green dots. Grows in a clump by basal offshoots. The leaf tips will flush out a light bronze hue when exposed to enough direct sunlight.

These are slow-growing, low maintenance plants. Provide a well-drained soil away from reflected heat. Once established, water infrequently during the hot season. Ideal in landscapes and containers or is happy to adapt as a houseplant. Protect your PRINCE OF PARADISE™ plant from frost!

Gasteria ‘Little Warty’ is a hybrid species developed by Australian David Cumming and is a sport of Gasteria batesiana and Gasteria ‘Old Man Silver’.

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Gasteria ‘Little Warty’ is a slow growing succulent variety with thick, rigid, tongue-like leaves that are speckled with light green dots. Grows in a clump by basal offshoots. The leaf tips will flush out a light bronze hue when exposed to enough direct sunlight.

These are slow-growing, low maintenance plants. Provide a well-drained soil away from reflected heat. Once established, water infrequently during the hot season. Ideal in landscapes and containers or is happy to adapt as a houseplant. Protect your PRINCE OF PARADISE™ plant from frost!

Gasteria ‘Little Warty’ is a hybrid species developed by Australian David Cumming and is a sport of Gasteria batesiana and Gasteria ‘Old Man Silver’.

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