Aloe, Gasteria and Haworthia are three related genera, comprising hundreds of succulent plants. They are all easily grown in pots. A few adapt to low-light levels of indoor conditions and can be grown as house plants.
We offer a 8-14 cm rooted plant. This is a distinctive mid-sized aloe that grows on cliffs, in Yemen. Rosettes grow asymmetrically on a side, with beautiful, wide dull mottled leaves with widely spaced spines.
This variegated clone of Aloe arborescens is just as easy to grow and to make it bloom as the true species, which is a popular ornamental shrub from South Africa. It just grows a bit slower and smaller. Leaves are jade-green, with yellow stripes.
The largest of all aloes. This South African aloe tree grows as huge as a Dracaena draco and can attain 6-16 m in height. It takes light frosts and it is a must for Mediterranean gardens.
Smaller leaved form of a low growing, clumping aloe. This dwarf form has a very manageable size and it is great for pots. This species from South Africa can stand some frost.
Rosette 30 - 50 cm diam. Aloe bulbilifera is different because it is viviparous: pups sprout from the inflorescence and grow larger when the red flowers are gone. This is the variety called paulianae.
We offer a 13-18 cm diameter plant. This large stemmed aloe grows to a height of 1-3 m, unbranched. The bold rosette has a rusty-copper colour. It blooms with tall multiple spikes of red and yellow flowers. It is native to a small area close to Clanwilliams, e Western Cape.
This is one of the most colourful low-growing aloes, a delightful garden plant with glossy cherry-red leaves when exposed to full sun. It is becoming increasingly popular in Tenerife, while it is critically endangered in the wild.
Mid-sized stemless Aloe, widespread and locally abundant in northern Ethiopia and in Eritrea. It grows solitary or forming small groups. It grows on rocky slopes, mostly on sandstone or limestone, in areas with evergreen bushland or wooded grassland. This batch is from Ethiopian populations.
Collector's aloe from harsh dry mountains in Namibia. It is a small gem with green-gray leaves full of white spines often tipped in red. It does not like to be overwatered!
Variable South African aloe with colourful leaves, of different greens, oranges, browns and even greys. They typically show abundant "H marks".
Miniature aloe from central Madagascar. It slowly forms a clump of diminute rosettes with "hairs". It is slow but forgiving in cultivation and can grow by a bright window, much like haworthias. Avoid frost, it can barely stand it!
Cont. 8 cm. It is native to South Africa and its grows vertically and grouped.Its leaves from green spiral rosettes whith specks and small spines.
Stemless aloe with yellow flowers, native to rocky outcrops in the mountains of northern Uganda and southern South Sudan between 1300 and 1500 m.
Aloe lavranosii is a native of Yemen on the Arabian Peninsula. It is one of the few species of Aloe with "hairy" flowers. Plants grow usually solitary with blueish leaves.
South African species with blue-green leaves marked with longitudinal red lines (hence "lineata"). It branch from the base and produces erect stems, so it eventually becomes a dome-shaped shrub, 1-2 m tall.
Slowly clumping rosette,with elegant red inflorescences held on tall stalks. The dark green leaves have the typical white H spots.It is a widespread South African aloe tolerant of different conditions.
Cont. 8 cm. It is native to South Africa and its characterized by prostrate, long and branching stems that isn't stend of growing upright but they tend to sprawl along the ground and over rocks.
Thick 15-20 cm 1-y old rooted plant - It is a spectacular species, relative of the genus Aloe with leaves arranged as fans. Kumara plicatilis grows as a shrub or small tree and thrives outdoors in the coastal Mediterranean. It blooms in winter and its flowers are much larger than most aloes !
Thick 26-40 cm 2-y old rooted plant - It is a spectacular species, relative of the genus Aloe with leaves arranged as fans. Kumara plicatilis grows as a shrub or small tree and thrives outdoors in the coastal Mediterranean. It blooms in winter and its flowers are much larger than most aloes !
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