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Gasteria batesiana f. variegated

It is a rather small succulent, which generally tends to develop in groups. It has mottled leaves of triangular shape and cross-section, which in the young seedlings develop in pairs and then assume, with the growth, the disposition of a pretty open rosette. On the surface of the foliage there are typical white spots and mealy stripes that form rows, giving the plant a very precise and geometric overall appearance. In the variegated form it has the typical paler areas in the exact points where the chlorophyll is absent: these characteristics will never be the same from one plant to another, therefore each exemplar will be absolutely unique!