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Aloe Plants

 
Aloe Ellenbeckii* potted plant, organic
Aloe Ellenbeckii* potted plant, organic

Native to Ethiopia, Somalia and Kenya, this is a choice Aloe in that it contains copious amounts of healing mucilage and is not bitter.  Plant prefers full to part sun and fast draining soil, is cold tolerant but does not withstand frost, and responds well to occasional watering. The tubular flowers are orange with pale green tips.  Excellent indoors in pots, and will form a strong colony if planted outdoors in a frost free area.

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Aloe, African (Aloe africana), potted plant, organic
Aloe, African (Aloe africana), potted plant, organic

(African Aloe) Native to the Eastern Cape of South Africa, this is one of the handsomest of Aloes worldwide, with upturned, deeply toothed leaves.  The rosette gives forth oversize flowers of yellow. 

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Aloe, arborescens* (Aloe arborescens) potted plant, organic
Aloe, arborescens* (Aloe arborescens) potted plant, organic

(Krantz Aloe)  Perennial succulent native to South Africam hardy to 22 degrees F.  Growing up to 8 feet tall, the plant flowers coral-red in the fall and winter.  Plants produce one or more upright stalks with the showy rosette perched on top, leaves rimmed by large, soft and harmless spines, filled with gel, a popular skin emollient and also used in anticancer therapies.

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Aloe, Cape* (Aloe ferox) potted plant, organic
Aloe, Cape* (Aloe ferox) potted plant, organic

(Umhlaba, Bitteraalwyn, Cape Aloe )  Perennial trunk-forming aloe providing a leaf mucilage that is cooling and healing. Native to S. Africa. Protect from frost.  Does very well indoors, in pots. From the leaves is derived the bitter laxative known as "aloes" or "aloe-emodin". Plant prefers full to part sun and fast draining soil, only occasional watering. The flowers are bright orange-red.

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Aloe, Cape* (Aloe ferox), 3 potted plants, organic
Aloe, Cape* (Aloe ferox), 3 potted plants, organic

(Umhlaba, Bitteraalwyn, Cape Aloe )  Perennial trunk-forming aloe providing a leaf mucilage that is cooling and healing. Native to S. Africa. Protect from frost.  Does very well indoors, in pots. From the leaves is derived the bitter laxative known as "aloes" or "aloe-emodin". Plant prefers full to part sun and fast draining soil, only occasional watering. The flowers are bright orange-red.

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Aloe, Deltoid* (Aloe deltoideodonta var. candicans) plant
Aloe, Deltoid* (Aloe deltoideodonta var. candicans) plant

(Deltoid Aloe, Pinstriped Aloe) Perennial succulent native to the mountains of south-central Madagascar.  Light frosts may be tolerated, but for all practical purposes best to protect from frost.  One of the most elegant of all Aloeaceae, the plant is distinguished by the fine parallel pinstripes that seem to score the leaves as if they were candy, or glass.  Showplants do well in potted culture and low light situations.

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Aloe, Quiver Tree* (Aloe dichotoma), potted plant, organic
Aloe, Quiver Tree* (Aloe dichotoma), potted plant, organic

( Quiver Tree Aloe ) Fascinating and beautiful tree aloe native to South Africa, hardy to 25 degrees F.  This is an exceptional specimen, very valuable, much coveted by collectors.  Fine in potted culture, and in the frost free rock garden, a stark and stunning showpiece.
 

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Bulbine natalensis* (Bulbine natalensis), potted plant, organic
Bulbine natalensis* (Bulbine natalensis), potted plant, organic

(Ibhucu, Rooiwortel)  Aloe-like perennial succulent native to South Africa.  Protect from frost.  Excellent in potted culture, the plant is very kind to the touch, and the bright yellow flowers that express from time to time are very kind to the eye.  An ebullient plant, this is one of the finest horticultural specimens to grace the collection of the discriminating aloe officianado.

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