Aloe arborescens – Plant


Indigenous to South Africa, organically grown, and locally sourced from ethical growers committed to sustainable, Nature-friendly cultivation.

Common names: krantz aloe, candelabra aloe (English); ikalene, ikhala, ingcelwane, unomaweni (Xhosa); inkalane, inkalane, umhlabana, inhlazi (Zulu); kransaalwyn (Afrikaans).

Botanical name: Aloe arborescens

Potted into 100% recycled plastic nursery pot or bag.

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Care Summary

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Plant Summary

The krantz aloe, Aloe arborescens, is an attractive, low-maintenance garden plant. Its grey-green leaves form rosettes and its orange, yellow, or bi-colored flower spikes bloom profusely in winter. Native to southeastern Africa, this aloe grows well in full sun and tolerates drought once established. Extracts from the succulent leaves have medicinal properties that aid wound healing and soothe burns. The krantz aloe is easy to propagate from cuttings and grows quickly as a hedge or accent plant. Its nectar-rich flowers also attract birds and bees.


Our range of indigenous, organically-grown plants are intended as part of an integrated approach to wellbeing. Information provided is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any medical condition, nor replace prescribed medication. If on medication, pregnant, lactating, or undergoing surgery please consult your healthcare professional before using plants as food or medicine.

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