Gasteria Flow, also called Aloe Flow, or Gasteraloe, is a hybrid between Gasteria and Aloe. It has thick, stiff, dark green and triangular leave that are adorned with little white spots. It can be grown as a low maintenance houseplant.
Gasteria is a genus of relatively rare, aloe-like succulents. It sometimes goes by the colloquial name "ox tongue," after the long, rough texture of the leaves. The plant is named for the sac-like shape of its flowers, which are supposed to resemble a stomach. The genus is native to South Africa, where it grows in lightly shaded conditions with excellent drainage. As a result, the plant tolerates lower light conditions than most other well-known succulents, making them very good houseplants. Depending on the species, gasteria leaves are often marked with interesting patterns and coloration.