Here at Australian Desert Blooms, we pride ourselves in having a huge range of cacti and succulents.
Gasterias are an attractive succulent, with quite a wide variety. They make an attractive house or garden plant. Here are a few from our range.
Native to South Africa. A dwarf succulent with thin, dark green leaves. Offset regularly, requires light shade to shade. Water regularly in summer allowing plant to dry out between watering. Attractive tubular, globose red to orange flowers.
Native to the southern stretch of the Western Cape, in South Africa.
Leaves are wide and light (mottled) green in colour, offset slowly. Water regularly in summer, allowing plant to dry out between watering. Light watering in winter. The tiny spots on the leaves are arranged in bands, giving the leaves faint stripes.
GASTERIA GREEN WARTY ( LITTLE WARTY )
Native to South Africa. ‘Little Warty’ is a small succulent plant with attractive leaf colour that clumps easily and not so little in time, but slow. The white and green colour along with it hard plastic appearance make it looks very unusual. The leaves are more or less spiralled, firm, bright green (to dark-green in full sun) with raised pale silvery-green or pale olive-green stripes and edge with lots of pearly tubercles (warts) in the upper and under sides.
Water regularly in summer, allowing plant to dry out between watering. Light watering in winter.
GASTERIA SILVER GREEN
Silver grey to green leaves with streaks of dark green spotting. Produces lots of offsets.
Small succulent plant with attractive leaf colour, that clumps. Watering regularly in summer, less in winter.
There are many varieties of Gasteria available at our online shop now!