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Browsing: x Gasteraloe

x Gasteraloe (also known as x Gastrolea) is a category of hybrid plants, from mixtures of species from the Aloe and Gasteria genera. Gasteraloe hybrids are typically stemless or almost stemless. Their succulent leaves, which are usually spotted or marked and have toothed margins, form rosettes. Aloe variegata and Aloe aristata are especially commonly used for these hybrids, as they are far more amenable to hybridization with Gasterias than most other Aloes.

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Gasteraloe 'Flow'

x Gasteraloe 'Flow' is a slow-growing hybrid with triangular leaves arranged in a rosette. Its sturdy, thick, deep green leaves are speckled with white…


Gasteraloe 'Cosmo'

x Gasteraloe 'Cosmo' is a slow growing succulent, up to 12 inches (30 cm) tall, with rich green, fleshy, speckled leaves growing in a…


Gasteraloe 'Green Ice'

x Gasteraloe 'Green Ice' is a fat-leafed succulent with blunt serrations along the leaf margin arising from a congested crown of offsets…