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Aloe chabaudii

Dwala Aloe

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Plant Facts

Scientific Name Aloe chabaudii
Principal Common Name Dwala Aloe
Common Name(s)
Synonym Aloe nitens, Aloe pycnacantha
Description Aloe chabaudii (Dwala Aloe) is an easy to grow succulent that has turquoise green rosettes and orange flower spike which grows to 1-2 feet high that can form large colonies. The leafs have small teeth and in full sun the tapering leaves take on a pinkish red/purple color. Makes a good container plant or used in mass in a succulent garden
General Comments
Origin Africa
Nativity
Height Range 1 - 2 FT
Spread Range 8 - 10 FT
Flower Showy Y
Warning
Sunset Zones
USDA Zones
Leaf Color
Leaf Texture Spiky
Form Succulent
Flower Color Bright Orange : Orange
Flower Time Jan : Feb : Nov : Dec : Winter
Months
Ease of Growing Easy
Light Preferences Sun (minimum 8 hours direct sun) : Part Sun
Soil Preferences
Watering Preferences Medium
Outstanding Features Container Plant : Evergreen : Flower : Foliage : Form

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