Gasteria bicolor (previously named Gasteria obliqua or Gasteria maculata) is a species of succulent flowering plant in the family Asphodelaceae, native to the Eastern Cape, South Africa. It grows multiple proliferous stems, all covered in untidy masses of the shiny, mottled, colourful, succulent leaves. It usually forms rosettes, but can sometimes be distichous, especially in cultivation. The leaves can also occasionally develop a keel. Each leaf has a sharp point on the tip.