Ox-tongue – Gasteria bicolor

Ox-tongue - Gasteria bicolor

Also called Lawyer’s Tongue. Stomach-shaped flowers all year, peak early spring. Used for medicine, protection, flowers are edible. Bright light indoors, shade to semi-shade outside. Sandy, well-drained soil, water sparingly.

Common names: ox-tongue, thicket ox-tongue (Eng); beestong (Afr). 
Botanical name: Gasteria bicolor

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