Dwarf Ox Tongue Succulent Plant - Gasteria bicolor var. liliputana - 2.5" Pot
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Native to the Cape area of South Africa, this easy to grow succulent plant makes an unusual house plant. Plus the flowers are edible and used to make a stew. It will thrive in full sun or bright indirect light. Water when dry. This unusual plant gets it's name because of the rough textured leaf that resembles a tongue.
Gasteria bicolor var. liliputana proliferates from the base forming dense groups of up to ten or more individuals. broad, tapering, strap-shaped with a rounded or acute top and a smooth, mottled epidermis. The leaves of young plants are distichous (arranged in two opposite ranks) and look quite different to the adult leaves.