Family: Asphodelaceae, formerly Xanthorrhoeaceae
Common Name: tiger aloe
Origin: Gonialoe variegata originates from the dry regions of South Africa and Namibia, growing under the shade of bushes in rocky environments.
Description: G. variegata is a stemless, rosette forming succulent that possesses a solitary or clumping form up to 12 inches tall The leaves are fleshy and arranged in 3’s, developing a distinctive boat-hull shape that is dark-green in coloring and striped white, with white toothed margins. During winter or early spring, mature plants 3-7 years and older will develop a raceme of reddish-pink flowers with green tips, possessing winged seeds.
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