Gasterias are a relatively small group of plants with less than 70 species. All species have distichous leaves when young and most species become spiral as they mature. Altough they are well adapted to surviving in hot, dry conditions, they do show a preference for shade. They are also known as the ox-tongue plant , refering to the rough leaf surface of certain species.

Gasteria batesiana (Barberton Clone)

Gasteria exelsa (Cala) 

Gasteria disticha, variegated (Beaufort West) 

Gasteria exelsa (Gaika) 

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