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Aloe arborescens, Tree Aloe, Krantz Aloe 

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 Aloe arborescens
Family: Asphodelaceae   (Formerly:Xanthorrhoeaceae)
Subfamily: Asphodeloideae
Tree Aloe, Krantz Aloe
Origin: South Africa
Large shrub 5-10 ftFull sunModerate waterDry conditionsRed/crimson/vinous flowersYellow/orange flowersEthnomedical plant.
Plants marked as ethnomedical and/or described as medicinal, are not offered as medicine but rather as ornamentals or plant collectibles.
Ethnomedical statements / products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We urge all customers to consult a physician before using any supplements, herbals or medicines advertised here or elsewhere.Attracts butterflies, hummingbirdsThorny or spiny

Tree Aloe is grown mainly as an ornamental or as an accent plant, but is also an excellent and impenetrable hedge plant. Established plants will survive a drought quite well, but for the benefit of the plant, water should be provided.


 Aloe arborescens, Tree Aloe, Krantz Aloe 

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Aloe arborescens, Tree Aloe, Krantz Aloe 

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Aloe arborescens, Tree Aloe, Krantz Aloe 

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Aloe arborescens, Tree Aloe, Krantz Aloe 

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Aloe arborescens, Tree Aloe, Krantz Aloe 

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Aloe juvenna, Tiger Tooth Aloe

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Family: Asphodelaceae   (Formerly:Xanthorrhoeaceae)
Subfamily: Asphodeloideae
Tiger Tooth Aloe
Origin: Africa
Small shrub 2-5 ftFull sunModerate waterDry conditionsThorny or spiny

Aloe juvenna is a small clump-forming succulent with erect or procumbent multi-branching stems. Suckers profusely and makes almost a groundcover effect.


 Aloe juvenna, Tiger Tooth Aloe

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Aloe marlothii, Mountain Aloe, Flat-flowered Aloe 

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Family: Asphodelaceae   (Formerly:Xanthorrhoeaceae)
Subfamily: Asphodeloideae
Mountain Aloe, Flat-flowered Aloe
Origin: South Africa
Large shrub 5-10 ftFull sunModerate waterDry conditionsYellow/orange flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsThorny or spiny

Aloe marlothii is a large, perennial, succulent, single-stemmed aloe, usually 2-4 m tall.


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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Family: Asphodelaceae   (Formerly:Xanthorrhoeaceae)
Subfamily: Asphodeloideae
Aloe
Origin: Africa, Madagascar and The Arabian Peninsula
Small shrub 2-5 ftFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterDry conditionsPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersOrnamental foliageRed/crimson/vinous flowersYellow/orange flowersEthnomedical plant.
Plants marked as ethnomedical and/or described as medicinal, are not offered as medicine but rather as ornamentals or plant collectibles.
Ethnomedical statements / products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We urge all customers to consult a physician before using any supplements, herbals or medicines advertised here or elsewhere.Attracts butterflies, hummingbirdsThorny or spiny

They range in size from little one inch miniatures to massive plant colonies consisting of hundreds of 2 foot diameter plants. Although most Aloes have some medicinal or commercial value, the most commonly known is the Aloe barbadensis... better known as Aloe vera. All Aloes are semitropical succulent plants, and may only be grown outdoors in areas where there is no chance of freezing (USDA zones 10-11). However, they make excellent house plants when they are given sufficient light. Potted Aloes benefit from spending the summer outdoors. Older specimens may even bloom, producing a tall stock covered with bright colored coral flowers. Aloe flower nectar is a favorite of hummingbirds! The medicinal properties of Aloe vera have been known, and recorded since biblical times. It has been used for a variety of ailments, and as an ointment for burns, cuts, and rashes, as well as an ingredient in various beauty preparations. The sap of the Aloe is a thick, mucilaginous gel. It is this gel which is used medicinally. Because Aloe plants consist of 95% water, they are extremely frost tender. If they are grown outdoors in warm climates, they should be planted in full sun, or light shade. The soil should be moderately fertile, and fast draining. Established plants will survive a drought quite well, but for the benefit of the plant, water should be provided. During the winter months, the plant will become somewhat dormant, and utilize very little moisture. During this period watering should be minimal. Allow the soil to become completely dry before giving the plant a cup or two of water. During the summer months, the soil should be completely soaked, but then be allowed to dry again before re-watering. Aloes have a shallow, spreading root system, so when it is time to repot choose a wide planter, rather than a deep one. You may also use a packaged 'cacti mix' soil. Aloes are propagated by removing the offsets which are produced around the base of mature plants, when they are a couple inches tall (or larger). They may also be grown from seed.

Species and varieties:

Aloe africana

Aloe amudatensis

Aloe arborescens

Aloe aristata

Aloe bakeri

Aloe bellatula

Aloe branddraaiensis

Aloe brevifolia

Aloe buhrii

Aloe cameronii

Aloe camperi

Aloe ciliaris

Aloe cremnophila

Aloe dichotoma

Aloe erinacea

Aloe ferox

Aloe glauca

Aloe haworthioides

Aloe hereroensis

Aloe humilis

Aloe juvenna

Aloe karasbergensis

Aloe macrosiphon

Aloe marlothii

Aloe mitriformis

Aloe perryi

Aloe pictifolia

Aloe plicatilis

Aloe pruinosa

Aloe saponaria

Aloe somaliensis

Aloe speciosa

Aloe squarrosa

Aloe striata

Aloe variegata

Aloe vera

Aloe x nobilis


 Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe humilis

Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe humilis
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe squarrosa
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe perryi
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe erinacea
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe amudatensis
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe branddraaiensis
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe camperi
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe hereroensis var. orpeniae
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe pruinosa
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe vera
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe pictifolia
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe saponaria
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe variegata
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe humilis
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe cameronii
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe dichotoma
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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This "house" plant is 3 ft in diameter...
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe vera
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe hereroensis
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe vera
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe hybrid
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe ciliaris
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe hybrid
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe amudatensis
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe bakeri
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe buhrii
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe glauca
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe mitriformis
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe somaliensis
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe humilis
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe ciliaris
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe somaliensis
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe pictifolia
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe bellatula
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe brevifolia var. depressa
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe ferox
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe bellatula
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe bellatula
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe cremnophila
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe karasbergensis
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe macrosiphon
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloe hybrid
Aloe sp., Aloe

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Aloinopsis sp., Aloinopsis, Living Stone

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Aloinopsis malherbei
 Aloinopsis sp.
Family: Aizoaceae
Aloinopsis, Living Stone
Origin: South Africa
Small shrub 2-5 ftFull sunModerate waterDry conditionsYellow/orange flowers

The genus Aloinopsis is closely allied to Titanopsis. Drought-tolerant; suitable for xeriscaping.

Like all living rocks, they thrive in porous soils with excellent drainage.


 Aloinopsis sp., Aloinopsis, Living Stone

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Aloinopsis acuta

Aloinopsis sp., Aloinopsis, Living Stone

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Aloinopsis malherbei
Aloinopsis sp., Aloinopsis, Living Stone

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Aloinopsis sp., Aloinopsis, Living Stone

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Aloinopsis sp., Aloinopsis, Living Stone

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Aloinopsis acuta
Aloinopsis sp., Aloinopsis, Living Stone

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Aloinopsis sp., Aloinopsis, Living Stone

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