Gasteria 'D Due'
Gasteria is a relatively rare, aloe-like succulent. Sometimes also known as Ox tongue due to its long leaves with a rough texture. Like many succulents it is a slow-growing plant, and will stay compact. Gasteria D Due is a new Gasteria variety, characterized by a star-shaped rosette plant form and dark green glossy leaves with yellow-green dots.
Light: Medium-High. As bright as you can get without a direct sunlight, that could burn their leaves.
Min light - 400 FC, Good growth - 800 FC
Water: Low. Rare and plenty. Like other succulents it doesn't need a lot of water - let the soil dry out completely before you water again. Try to avoid leaves when watering.
Pets: Non-toxic for cats and dogs.
See instructions on how to measure your light and properly water your plants in our FAQs Plant Care section!