Aloe is a genus containing about 400 species of flowering succulent plants. The most common and well known of these is Aloe vera, or "true aloe". The genus is native to Africa, and is common in South Africa's Cape Province, the mountains of tropical Africa, and neighbouring areas such as Madagascar, the Arabian peninsula, and the islands of Africa. Yemeni shrubby, branching aloe with stems up to about 1.6m. Very upright, bright green rosettes on narrow, long leaves with large, whitish marginal teeth. Leaves are a light, bright green. Flowers in winter are on solitary or sparsely branched inflorescences, and racemes are compactly conical, flowers orangish with yellower mouths. Plants seem to do equally well in full sun and in mostly shade.
USDA Zone - 9
Season to Sow - Spring
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