Aloe is a very diverse species. Generally all display thick fleshy leaves with tubular, pendant clusters of most commonly yellow, orange, pink and red flowers. Many Aloe species are stemless with the rosette growing closely to the ground, other varieties are branching or unbranched stems. The leaves vary from dark green through to a more blue/green and sometimes mottled appearance.

Flowering is varied between the species and can randomly flower throughout each season (especially hybrids of the smaller variety). Many hybrids and smaller varieties flower non-stop throughout mid-late summer. 

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Aloe Varieties

About Aloe

Fertilising Aloes Fertilise early spring through to summer if you feel the need however, most Aloes don’t require too much attention. I find my hybrids

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