Crocodile Aloe

Aloe juvenna


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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 directly in the garden for a stunning and eye-catching display.

As it matures, the Crocodile Aloe produces a long stem that can reach up to 25cm tall, with clusters of pink, orange, or yellow flowers that bloom. When exposed to bright sunlight without enough water, the leaves of the Aloe turn reddish-bronze in color, serving as a signal that it needs more moisture. Although its growth may slow down in this state, the Aloe is still perfectly healthy.

The Crocodile Aloe is a sought-after item among succulent collectors, but it is also extremely rare in its natural habitat in Kenya. This petite Aloe species grows stems up to 30cm tall, with small star-shaped rosettes forming along the length of each stem. The bright green leaves of this Aloe are speckled with prominent creamy-white spots, giving it a unique and striking appearance.


130 mm pot, 90 mm pot, Off set pup