Succulent: Gasteria 'Ox Tongue'
Latin Name: Gasteria obliqua
This slow-growing gasteria is made popular by its beautiful flower stems. They stem shoots high above the succulent and produces pink flowers resembling the heads of flamingos. This succulent comes potted in one of our miniature lava pots, designed by owner Anthony Elliott and hand thrown by potters. The porous nature of the pot negates the need for a drainage hole. Any excess moisture will escape through the pot.
Light requirements: Full sun to part-sun (6-4 hrs per day)
Water requirements: Allow soil to fully dry out between watering (every 7-10 days).
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