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How To Care For Aloe Marlothii (Mountain Aloe)
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How To Care For Aloe Marlothii (Mountain Aloe)

Aloe marlothii AL-oh, mar-LOTH-ee-eye is a large evergreen succulent plant type native to Botswana, Mozambique, Swaziland, the Republic of South Africa, and Zimbabwe.As with many other plants in the Aloe plant genus, this species is being studied for a range of medicinal uses.Aloe marlothii (mountain aloe) gets its common name from the plant’s ability to thrive in mountainous regions but is also known as flat-flowered aloe (due to the distinctive horizontal branches) and spiny aloe.

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Aloe Polyphylla Care Tips: Growing The Spiral Aloe

Aloe polyphylla AL-oh, pol-ee-FIL-uh is an evergreen succulent perennial plant type belonging to the Asphodelaceae family.This plant grows naturally in southern Africa in the Maluti mountains located in Lesotho, where it is the national plant.The specific epithet, polyphylla, is a combination of two Latin words.
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How To Care For Aloe Brevifolia (Short Leaved Aloe)

Aloe Brevifolia Al-oh, brev-ee-FOH-lee-uh is a flowering Aloe plant species of the family Asphodelaceae.An evergreen succulent perennial plant native to the Western Cape in South Africa. It is endangered in its natural habitat – the aloe species is listed as vulnerable on IUCN’s global red list.The small, compact, blue-green aloe plant is also widely cultivated for ornamental purposes in desert gardens and rockeries, all over the world.
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How To Grow and Care For Aloe Nobilis (Gold Tooth Aloe)

Aloe Nobilis AL-oh, NO-bil-iss is an evergreen perennial with succulent rosettes of triangular leaves and native to South Africa.It belongs to the Asphodelaceae family and the Aloe plant genus, widely known for the Aloe Vera plant.Aloe Nobilis (synonym Aloe perfoliata) has creamy-white or yellow teeth along the edges of the green leaves, leading to the common names “Golden Toothed Aloe” and “Gold Tooth Aloe.
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Growing And Care Of Tree Aloe Barberae

Aloe Barberae AL-oh, BAR-ber-ay , is an aloe-like plant native to South Africa where it can reach up to 60′ feet tall.While it’s often called the Tree Aloe, it no longer belongs to the Aloe plant genus.It’s part of the Aloidendron genus of succulents.Botanists created the Aloidendron genus to include various plants featuring distinct traits separating them from other Aloe plants.
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How To Care For Aloe Maculata Plants

Known as the soap aloe – Aloe Maculata Al-oh, mak-yuh-LAH-tuh is a clumping plant type evergreen aloe from the Asphodelaceae family that includes Haworthia and Gasteria plants.Native to South Africa, the plant mainly grows in Zimbabwe, Botswana, Cape Peninsula, and eastern and southern areas of Southern Africa.
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Aloe Cameronii Care: Tips On Growing The Red Aloe

Aloe cameronii AL-oh, kam-er-OH-nee-eye , is a popular species of the genus Aloe (true Aloe or Aloe vera) and belongs to the Asphodelaceae family.This medium-sized medicinal plant is indigenous to Africa, specifically to Malawi and Zimbabwe.The outstanding features of Aloe cameronii are its sharp, upright stems and dazzling, narrow leaves.
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How To Care For Aloe Marlothii (Mountain Aloe)

Aloe marlothii AL-oh, mar-LOTH-ee-eye is a large evergreen succulent plant type native to Botswana, Mozambique, Swaziland, the Republic of South Africa, and Zimbabwe.As with many other plants in the Aloe plant genus, this species is being studied for a range of medicinal uses.Aloe marlothii (mountain aloe) gets its common name from the plant’s ability to thrive in mountainous regions but is also known as flat-flowered aloe (due to the distinctive horizontal branches) and spiny aloe.
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How To Care For Aloe Ferox

Aloe ferox AL-oh, FER-oks , also known as bitter aloe, is a tall, spiky species of aloe (xanthorrhoeaceae) from the family asphodelaceae (Aloe plants).Native to Southern Africa, aloe ferox is widely distributed from the South Western Cape to KwaZulu-Natal and eastern cape province.The long-stemmed plant is also found in the southeast end of the Free State, southern Lesotho, and edges of the karoo.
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