Gasteria Flow, known by its common name “Aloe Flow”, is a succulent type from the Asphodelaceae family. The plant features thick triangle-shaped leaves arranged in rosettes. Growing up to 6 inches in height, this interesting houseplant originates from South Africa.
These succulent plants are small and grow slowly.
Aloe Flow plant blooms in beautiful red and pink colors in the winter and spring seasons. The bright blooms of this plant make it more suitable as home décor.
The Gasteria plant does not need plenty of water. Consider watering these succulents when the soil has dried out completely.
This interesting succulent type grows fully in a well-drained and porous soil mixture. This right mix protects the plant from root rot and other soil-borne diseases.
Gasteria Flow plants are hardy in zones 9 to 11. These slow-growing houseplants are not frost tolerant. So, if you live in areas with freezing temperatures of 32° F (0° C), it is better to plant this variety in an indoor environment.
Place your Aloe Flow succulent in full to partial sun. It thrives well in bright sunlight and ample airflow.
These adorable plants can be propagated by offsets.
Graceful and unique appearance, the Gasteria Flow or Aloe Flow plant is a must-have for every succulent lover.
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|Common Name||Aloe Flow|
|Frost Tolerance||32f (0°c )|
|Height||6 inches tall|
|Scientific Name||Gasteria Flow|
|Sun Exposure||Full sun to part shade|
Gasteria Flow enjoyed it’s trip to Iowa.
This succulent was extremely well packaged and arrived as if I had purchased it at a local business and hand carried it home. It seems to enjoy my west window sill. I am very pleased with this purchase.
Nice sized plant...packed well for journey...
Nice sized plant...packed well for journey!