- Flower nameGasteria batesiana
- Scientific nameGasteria batesiana
- Alias春鶯囀錦, Gasteria batesiana, ガステリア・バテシアーナ
- Place of originSouth Africa
- Place of floweringGreenhouse, Ornamental plants
- Flowering seasonMarch, April, May, June, July
What is Gasteria batesiana
Gasteria batesiana, ox-tongue, cow-tongue or lawyer's tongue (Gasteria batesiana) is a species of evergreen perennial succulent plant in the family Asphodelaceae, native to South Africa. It is a spotted variety of Gasteria. The tongue-shaped leaf margins radiating from the base and the underside of the leaves have numerous white spines (red at the tips). In spring and summer, it produces vermilion tubular flowers that grow from the tips of the flower stalks in a raceme.
Common name: Gasteria batesiana, scientific name: Gasteria batesiana, also known as Gasteria batesiana, Origin: South Africa; Environment: canyons and savannas; Grass: 30-45 cm; Leaf color: green; Inflorescence form: or conical; Corolla form: tubular; Flower color: vermilion red.