Pot: 10 cm.
A beautiful cultivar, that was created by David Cumming in Australia by hybridizing two species: G. batesiana and G. 'Old Man Silver'. It is a succulent plant with rough and rigid lanceolate leaves of an almost bright green color, covered with irregular streaks and lighter dots. Like most Gasterias, G. cv. Little Warty also consists of two opposite leaves, that are more or less compact, and which over time tends to cluster at the base, forming new seedlings. With the prolonged exposure to the direct sun it may take on brown colors, which is why it is a perfect plant to decorate your homes and offices.