Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert
Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert
Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert
Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert
Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert
Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert
Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert
Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert
Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert
Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert
Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert
Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert
Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert
Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert
Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert
Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert
Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert
Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert
Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert
Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert
Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert
Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert
Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert
Gasteraloe Royal Highness - Planet Desert

Gasteraloe Royal Highness

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Gasteraloe Royal Highness

(This plant comes in a 3.5 inch pot. You will receive a very similar plant to the one in the picture. It may or may not be blooming at the time of your purchase. The plant is shipped in its pot to prevent any damage to the roots).

X Gasteraloe Royal Highness

x Gasteraloe cv. Royal Highness is an elegant intergeneric cross of Gasteria batesiana x Aloe aristata. It forms round rosettes, with beautifully warty soft leaves. Gasterias hybridize easily and cross pollination can produce interesting hybrid plants. 'Royal Highness' is definitely one of the more distinctive varieties. It will clump.
Leaves: Short, firm, triangular, pointed, dark green, reddish in light, covered with large white tubercles.
It is a slow growing but long-lived plant of easy culture which makes it a good houseplant and can be an excellent subject for the beginner enthusiast. (it can grow easily on window sills, verandas and in miniature succulent gardens where it is happy to share its habitat with other smaller succulent plants). It is a hardy and attractive small plant that can withstand light frost and wetter conditions than most other aloes.
Exposure: It needs light shade to shade but will take full sun part of the day.
Watering: During the hot summer months, the soil should be kept moist but not overly wet.
Hardiness: Frost hardy to -1°C (Or less).

 

Some of the information in this description has been found at desert-tropicals.com, llifle.com and cactus-art.biz