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  • Aloe Bellatula

    Aloe bellatula

    Introducing Aloe Bellatula, a captivating miniature cactus/succulent perennial hailing from the central region of Madagascar. As a member of the Aloe family, this unique plant boasts a partly branched structure, adorned with exquisite orange and pink flowers. True to its name, Bellatula, which translates to “little beautiful,” this clump-forming succulent showcases olive green leaves that…

  • Aloe Ellenbeckii

    Aloe ellenbeckii

    The Aloe Ellenbeckii, also known as the Aloe Dumetorum, is a stunning succulent that is sure to catch the eye of any plant lover. With its bell-shaped flowers in shades of rose to mauve, this plant adds a beautiful contrast to any garden or indoor space. This hardy and drought-tolerant plant produces offsets from the…

  • Aloe Jucunda

    Aloe jucunda

    Aloe Jucunda, also known as a Miniature Aloe, is a small and striking succulent native to Somalia. Unfortunately, due to deforestation and grazing livestock, it has been listed as critically endangered in its natural habitat. While it may become extinct in the wild, it can still be found in nurseries and home gardens, where it…

  • Aloe Vera

    Aloe vera

    Aloe Vera, also known as Barbados Aloe, Coastal Aloe, Common Aloe, and many more names, is a versatile succulent. This plant is a must-have for every home, as it makes a lovely ornamental succulent. Although Aloe Vera can be found in almost every country, it is native to South-West Arabia, where it thrives in hot…

  • Baker Aloe

    Aloe bakeri

    The Baker Aloe, also known as Dwarf Aloe or Aloe bakeri, is a stunning succulent that is beloved for its delicate form and multi-colored foliage. This plant produces long, thin leaves that range in color from bright green to bronze and tones of red, depending on the season. The rosettes of the Baker Aloe interweave…

  • Candelabra Aloe

    Aloe arborescens

    The Candelabra Aloe, also known as Aloe arborescens, is a striking succulent plant with multiple long, thin leaves featuring serrated margins. Depending on the climate, these leaves may be a lighter green or yellow in color. When in bloom, the Candelabra Aloe produces a tall stem with a cluster of elongated apricot-colored flowers. This Aloe…

  • Candelabra Aloe Variegated

    Aloe arborescens variegata

    The Variegated Candelabra Aloe, also known as Aloe arborescens varigata, is a stunning succulent plant native to South Africa that can add a touch of elegance to any garden or indoor space. This plant features long, thin leaves with serrated margins that are typically a lighter green or yellow color, depending on the climate. The…

  • Congo Aloe

    Aloe congolensis

    The Congo Aloe, also known by its botanical name Aloe congolensis, is a striking and unique succulent plant that is sure to catch your eye with its vibrant appearance. Its bright green, waxy leaves have a smooth texture and almost perfect formation, making it a popular ornamental succulent and a must-have for collectors. Believed to…

  • Coral Aloe

    Aloe striata

    This is a beautiful evergreen succulent perennial which forms beautiful clusters of rosettes of flat broad, pale grey-green leaves, featuring striped markings (‘striata’ being the Latin word for striped). Leaf margins are toothless and transparent, while leaf colour varies according to sunlight—in full sun foliage turns pinkish and bluish-green in shady spots. In bloom, it…

  • Coral Aloe ‘Hybrid’

    Aloe striata x

    This hybrid has been in cultivation since at least the 1900s, but is often confused with South African native Aloe striata. Most likely a cross between a. striata and A. maculata, it features light coral to apricot orange flowers rising above rosettes of light-spotted blue-green leaves with soft toothed margins (compared to A.striata which is…

  • Crocodile Aloe

    Aloe juvenna

    The Crocodile Aloe, also known as Tiger Tooth Aloe, is a versatile succulent that can be used in a variety of ways. Due to its small size, it can be grown in small containers or used in miniature gardens such as fairy gardens. It can also be grown in large clumps in bigger containers or…

  • Gold Tooth Aloe

    Aloe mitriformis

    The Gold Tooth Aloe, also known as Aloe mitriformis, is a medium-sized succulent that can add a touch of beauty and uniqueness to any indoor or outdoor space. Native to South Africa, this plant can thrive in tropical climates with proper care. This Aloe typically grows up to 30cm tall and forms open rosettes of…

  • Haworthia-Leaved Aloe

    Aloe descoingsii x haworthioides

    The Haworthia-Leaved Aloe, also known as Mini Aloe, is a charming succulent that stands out with its unique appearance. This fast-growing plant may be small in size, reaching up to 10cm in height, but its fluffy and almost fuzzy leaves make it easily distinguishable. Each deep green leaf features soft, silky spines along the margins,…

  • Jewelled Aloe

    Aloe brevifolia

    The Jewelled Aloe, also known as Blue Aloe, Crocodile Plant, or Short-Leaved Aloe, is a stunning succulent that can add a touch of unique beauty to any garden. This compact plant can grow up to 30cm in height and can clump into a wide, spectacular ground cover. In the blooming season, the Jewelled Aloe displays…

  • Karoo Aloe

    Aloe longistyla

    The Karoo Aloe, scientifically known as Aloe longistyla, is an alluring succulent that boasts unique characteristics. Unlike many aloes, the Karoo Aloe rarely produces offsets or “pups.” Instead, it is commonly propagated from seeds, which contributes to its rarity and high desirability among succulent enthusiasts. This aloe species is native to South Africa, specifically the…

  • Lace Aloe

    Aloe aristata

    The Lace Aloe, also known as Torch Plant, Bearded Aloe, or Hardy Aloe, is a captivating succulent that features rosettes of deep green leaves adorned with mottled white spots and spines. When observed from above, the intricate pattern and dense growth of this plant resemble that of a laced doily or cloth, giving it its…