The circular, spirally arranged, mottled leaves makes the little succulent quite attractive.
A branched, attractive succulent that provides food for sunbirds in winter as well as attracting insects.
Aloe barbarea, the tree aloe, is a small to medium sized succulent tree. Aloe barbarea is a beautiful ornamental tree that makes a striking feature attracting birds to the garden. Don’t plant close to any walls.
Aloe boylei is a very hardy, stemless aloe with long, narrow, yellow-green leaves arranged in a fan shape.A lovely garden plant and a beautiful addition to a grassland or marsh area.
A lovely garden plant and a beautiful addition to a grassland or marsh area.
This hardy aloe grows as a single, stemless, densely leaved, large rosette. The robust flower spikes are yellow, red or bi-coloured.
This Aloe is common on the Highveld and should be prominent in rehabilitation projects.
A hardy, small Aloe that is normally stemless. It produces flowering heads of distinctively flat-topped racemes.
Horizontally branched spikes of tubular orange or red flowers are borne from May to Aug.