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Aloe castanea* (Cat's Tail Aloe) potted plant, organic
Aloe castanea* (Cat's Tail Aloe) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  (Cat's Tail Aloe)  Small tree Aloe to 12 feet tall native to S. Africa and hardy to 20 degrees F.  The rosette gives rise to multiple, fuzzy, orange racemes that curve like a cat's tail.

 

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Aloe cryptopoda (Twerkleur Aloe), packet of 30 seeds
Aloe cryptopoda (Twerkleur Aloe), packet of 30 seeds

(Twerkleur Aloe) Perennial succulent native to the western cape of South Africa.  Protect from frost.  Consisting of robust rosettes of tapered, sword-like leaves, the plant gives rise to multiple upright racemes crowned by large red inflorescences. 

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Aloe cryptopoda* (Twerkleur Aloe) potted plant, organic
Aloe cryptopoda* (Twerkleur Aloe) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  (Twerkleur Aloe) Perennial succulent native to the western cape of South Africa.  Protect from frost.  Consisting of robust rosettes of tapered, sword-like leaves, the plant gives rise to multiple upright racemes crowned by large red inflorescences. 

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

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  ( 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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Aloe Ellenbeckii* potted plant, organic
Aloe Ellenbeckii* potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  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 excelsa (Zimbabwe Aloe), packet of 5 seeds
Aloe excelsa (Zimbabwe Aloe), packet of 5 seeds

(Zimbabwe Aloe) Perennial tree Aloe to 14 feet tall, native to Zimbabwe, Zambia and South Africa, hardy to 22 degrees F.  Trunk is crowned by a large rosette of sword-like leaves each measuring as long as 3 feet.  Rosette gives rise to a flaming candleabra of orange-red flowers.  Plant is antimicrobial, digestive aid, and used to treat diabetes.

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Aloe excelsa* (Zimbabwe Aloe) potted plant, organic
Aloe excelsa* (Zimbabwe Aloe) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015 (Zimbabwe Aloe) Perennial tree Aloe to 14 feet tall, native to Zimbabwe, Zambia and South Africa, hardy to 22 degrees F.  Trunk is crowned by a large rosette of sword-like leaves each measuring as long as 3 feet.  Rosette gives rise to a flaming candleabra of orange-red flowers.  Plant is antimicrobial, digestive aid, and used to treat diabetes.

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Aloe ferox (Cape Aloe),  packet of 50 seeds
Aloe ferox (Cape Aloe), packet of 50 seeds

 (Cape Aloe, Umhlaba, Bitterallwyn)  Perennial succulent native to South Africa.  Protect from frost.  One of the three most highly esteemed types of medicinal aloes--source of aloe-emodin, a yellow powder, very bitter, strongly laxative, an ingredient in the ages-old formula known as "Friar's Balsam."  Delightful and long-lived indoor plants, tolerant of drought and low light.

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

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  (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 fragilis* potted plant, organic
Aloe fragilis* potted plant, organic

 Delivery starts April 1, 2015  Perennial succulent native to N Madagascar.  Protect from frost.  Fragilis tends toward a red leaf color which can be very attractive, especially if the plants follow their tendency to make large clumps.  Flowers also red.

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Aloe globuligemma (Globular Bud Aloe), packet of 20 seeds
Aloe globuligemma (Globular Bud Aloe), packet of 20 seeds

(Globular Bud Aloe) Perennial succulent native to the African savannah.  Protect from frost.  The blueish-green leaves recurve, forming a solitary rosette that produces a short, red raceme that branches horizontally, club-shaped flowers clustered along the stem.   

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Aloe globuligemma* (Globular Bud Aloe) plant, organic
Aloe globuligemma* (Globular Bud Aloe) plant, organic

Delivery Starts April 1, 2015   (Globular Bud Aloe) Perennial succulent native to the African savannah.  Protect from frost.  The blueish-green leaves recurve, forming a solitary rosette that produces a short, red raceme that branches horizontally, club-shaped flowers clustered along the stem.   

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Aloe krapohliana (Dwarf Aloe), packet of 10 seeds
Aloe krapohliana (Dwarf Aloe), packet of 10 seeds

(Dwarf Aloe) Perennial succulent to 10 inches tall, native to the northern cape in South Africa and hardy to 28 degrees F.  Gray-green leaves nearly spineless, horizontally striped, flowers orange and outsized to the plant.

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Aloe littoralis (Windhoek Aloe), packet of 10 seeds
Aloe littoralis (Windhoek Aloe), packet of 10 seeds

(Windhoek Aloe) Large, trunk-forming succulent native to the northern South Africa, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Botswana and Angola,  hardy to 26 degrees F.  The weighty stems are spotted in young individuals and monocolor in older plants.  Gray-green leaves with reddish margins, flowers coral red.

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Aloe littoralis* (Windhoek Aloe) potted plant, organic
Aloe littoralis* (Windhoek Aloe) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1 2015  (Windhoek Aloe) Large, trunk-forming succulent native to the northern South Africa, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Botswana and Angola,  hardy to 26 degrees F.  The weighty stems are spotted in young individuals and monocolor in older plants.  Gray-green leaves with reddish margins, flowers coral red.

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Aloe macrocarpa* (Zebra Aloe) plant, organic
Aloe macrocarpa* (Zebra Aloe) plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  (Zebra Aloe) Perennial succulent native to Ethiopia and Nigeria and hardy to 29 degrees F.  Plant is distinguished by long white bands on the toothed leaves, which occur in a fat rosette to 18 inches tall.  Edible flowers arise in the late winter to early spring, showy, colored red to orange.  Large plantings are used to stabilize soil.  The leaf exudate is used as a stomachic in African medicine. 

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Aloe maculata (Soap Aloe, Zebra Aloe), packet of 20 seeds
Aloe maculata (Soap Aloe, Zebra Aloe), packet of 20 seeds

(Soap Aloe, Zebra Aloe) Fat succulent widely distributed throughout South Africa.  Highly variable.  Protect from frost.  This plant has the distinction of not needing a well-drained soil--It will even grow in muck.  Small to medium-sized, the stubby leaves with characteristically dried tips are covered with h-shaped spots.  Eventually, the plant will make a short trunk, giving rise to branched stalked topped by outsized pom-poms of orange or red.  Locals use the sap as soap.

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Aloe maculata* (Soap Aloe) plant, organic
Aloe maculata* (Soap Aloe) plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  (Soap Aloe, Zebra Aloe) Fat succulent widely distributed throughout South Africa.  Highly variable.  Protect from frost.  This plant has the distinction of not needing a well-drained soil--It will even grow in muck.  Small to medium-sized, the stubby leaves with characteristically dried tips are covered with h-shaped spots.  Eventually, the plant will make a short trunk, giving rise to branched stalked topped by outsized pom-poms of orange or red.  Locals use the sap as soap.

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Aloe marlothii (Mountain Aloe), packet of 20 seeds
Aloe marlothii (Mountain Aloe), packet of 20 seeds

(Mountain Aloe)  Large, single-stemmed succulent to 15 feet tall, native to South Africa, Swaziland, Botswana, and Mozambique and hardy to 20 degrees F.  The rosette produces a candleabra of up to 30 racemes of orange, tubular inflorescences.  Native remedy against tapeworm.

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Aloe marlothii* (Mountain Aloe) potted plant, organic
Aloe marlothii* (Mountain Aloe) potted plant, organic

Delivery starts April 1, 2015  (Mountain Aloe)  Large, single-stemmed succulent to 15 feet tall, native to South Africa, Swaziland, Botswana, and Mozambique and hardy to 20 degrees F.  The rosette produces a candleabra of up to 30 racemes of yellow/orange, tubular inflorescences. 

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