Short-Leaved Aloe – Aloe brevifolia

A dwarf aloe, with short leaves but large red to orange flowers. Makes a beautiful ornamental plant. Place in a sunny, or semi-shaded position. Likes sandy or clay well-drained soils, water only when soil is dry. Vulnerable in the wild.

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Botanical name: Aloe brevifolia

 

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Light-level: shade – semi, sun – afternoon, sun – full, sun – morning
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