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Aloe Africana

An attractive plant which flowers beautifully. Flowering time is from winter to early spring.

Its large raceme is erect and may be branched or unbranched, and has tubular flowers that are usually orange. Flowering time is from winter to early spring. The leaves are arranged in a dense apical rosette with a grey/green surface. Each leaf's margins are armed with small, reddish teeth, a feature common in the Aloe genus.

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Technical notes

Common name African Aloe
Latin name Aloe Africana
Availability Good
Frost tolerance 0°C
Planting location Partial Shade
Watering Requirements Medium
Growth Rate Slow
Preferred Soil Well Drained
Height when mature 1 Metres


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