Gasteraloe is a category of hybrid plants, from mixtures of species from the Aloe and Gasteria genera. In colder climates, it is treated as a houseplant. The leaves are spiky and fleshy. Gasteraloe beguinii produces round rosettes, up to 25cm tall.
Beguinii izard tail is an intergeneric cross of Gasteria x Aloe. It forms round rosettes, with beautifully warty soft leaves. Gasterias hybridize easily and cross pollination can produce interesting hybrid plants. Gasteraloe beguinii izard tail is great choice for a container plant. The leaves are short, firm, triangular, pointed, dark green, reddish in light, covered with large white tubercles. It is a long-lived plant of easy culture which makes it a good houseplant and can be an excellent subject for the beginner enthusiast. (it can grow easily on window sills, verandas and in miniature succulent gardens where it is happy to share its habitat with other smaller succulent plants). It is a hardy and attractive small plant that can withstand light frost and wetter conditions than most other aloes.