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Aloe humilis 'hybrid'

Aloe

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Plant Facts

Scientific Name Aloe humilis 'hybrid'
Principal Common Name Aloe
Common Name(s)
Synonym
Description This is a very commonly available plant. It has blue green leaves with small spine-like projections on both sides of the leaf. It comes from South Africa. Individual heads are about 15 cm across and tall. It clumps easily and can form very attractive clumps. It flowers with thick spikes of orange-red in January-February. It can tolerate full sun. It is of easy cultivation.
General Comments
Origin
Nativity
Height Range 0 - 15 CM
Spread Range 0 - 15 CM
Flower Showy Y
Warning
Sunset Zones
USDA Zones
Leaf Color Blue-green
Leaf Texture Fleshy : Stiff : Thick : Toothed
Form Succulent
Flower Color Orange-red : Red
Flower Time Winter
Months
Ease of Growing Average
Light Preferences Sun (minimum 8 hours direct sun) : Light Shade
Soil Preferences Well-drained
Watering Preferences Drought Tolerant : Sparse
Outstanding Features Attracts Birds : Color : Drought tolerant : Flower

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