Gasteraloe Royal Highness succulent belongs to the Asphodelaceae family and grows up to 5-40 cm in height. This houseplant has short pointed and triangular leaves that make the plant look even more attractive. Royal Highness is a hybrid of Gasteria x Aloe and has a common name Gasterhaworthia 'Royal Highness'.Growth Rate
The growth rate of this succulent is slow.Flowering
Gasteraloe Royal Highness blooms with pale coral-pink round rosettes from January to April.Water and Feeding/Fertilizer
In the summer season, this interesting houseplant needs moist soil but overwatering should be avoided.Soil
Gasterhaworthia plants grow best in moist soil.Hardiness
This variety of succulents belongs to the hardiness zone of 10a to 11b and has a frost tolerance of -1° C (30.2° F).Light
Royal Highness needs light shade to thrive. Direct sun exposure affects the growth of these plants.Propagation
The correct method to propagate Gasteraloe succulent plant is from division, leaf-cuttings, or seeds.
Gasterhaworthia 'Royal Highness' is a great houseplant and is the perfect choice for beginners, who are learning gardening.