|Scientific Name||Aloe chabaudii|
|Principal Common Name||Dwala Aloe|
|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|
|Height Range||1 - 2 FT|
|Spread Range||8 - 10 FT|
|Flower Color||Bright Orange : Orange|
|Flower Time||Jan : Feb : Nov : Dec : Winter|
|Ease of Growing||Easy|
|Light Preferences||Sun (minimum 8 hours direct sun) : Part Sun|
|Outstanding Features||Container Plant : Evergreen : Flower : Foliage : Form|
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