Gasteria armstrongii


A low, depressed, slow-growing plant forming offshoots; in youth usually two-ranked, but later forming spiraled rosette; thick-succulents, stiffly re-curving leaves 1-2 inches broad, dark green with whitish warts and spiny tip, toward base very concave, to 6 inches long.

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Synonym: Gasteria nitida -v- armstrongii

Plant Details
USDA Zone Information: 
Ideal Light Conditions: 
Partial Shade to Shade
Ideal Water Conditions: 
Moderate in summer, dry in winter
Speed of Growth: 
Mature Height: 
18 in
Mature Width: 
18 in
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Latin Name: 
Gasteria armstrongii
Common Name: 
Wart Plant

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New York Botanical Gardens
Houston Zoo
San Antonio Zoo
Houston Rodeo
Mercer Arboretum in Houston, Texas
Meijer Gardens in Grand Rapids, Michigan

We are international as well! If you are ever in China you can see plants from the Cactus King. Chimelong Ocean Kingdom the Largest Aquarium in the world. We can be seen in many of their other parks as well. Water Park, Amusement Park, Crocodile Park and Botanical Gardens.

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Summer: Open 9-6 Monday through Saturday
Winter: Open 9-5 Monday through Saturday
Sunday: Open 12-5

Location Information

Mailing Address:
625 West Canino Rd., Houston TX 77037

Physical Address:
7900 I 45 North
Houston TX, 77037
Take Little York exit up Northbound feeder. Then take a right on Canino Rd. Take immediate right behind the car lot. You will run into us on left before you hit the feeder.
Cell Phone: (281)591-8833

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