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Gasteria armstrongii Miniature Succulent

Gasteria armstrongii Miniature Succulent

Gasteria armstrongii Miniature Succulent
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Gasteria nitida var armstrongii (usually found as Gasteria armstrongii) This is a small plant, with distichous leaves only a few inches long. The leaves are dark green (almost black in some cases), and are tuberculate (covered with small bumps) It offsets freely from the base, forming nice clumps. Larger specimens can be obtained by over-potting. G. armstrongii is probably the smallest of the Gasteria genus. It grow to a maximum width of about three inches. In habitat, they tend to grow beneath other plants with only the tops of the leaves exposed to sunlight. You are selecting on this 2.5+ inch wide plant size pictured.



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Other Names: Gasteria Nitida v. armstrongii

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