Taking a leaf from the Aloe vera Cosmo, this clustered rosette of spiked dark green foliage is charged with the Ox Tongue’s striking, speckled variegation. This combination of strength and sophistication brings a confident charm to the modern interior.
Off on your holibobs? No probs! the D Tiga is drought tolerant and is more than happy being left to its own devices making it the ideal houseplant for the keen traveller.
Make it rain! Once D Tiga’s soil has dried out and it’s time to water again, make sure to thoroughly drench the soil, allowing any excess water to drain through the bottom.
HOT HOT HOT! Direct sunlight will scorch your Gasteria's leaves and lead to discolouration. Plenty of indirect sun is the way forwards.
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