This very hardy Aloe grows singly in dry rocky grassland in exposed positions.
This aloe is is restricted to a small area stretching from Gauteng to Belfast. area and occurs nowhere else in the world. It flowers in summer.
The leaves lack the spines common on most Aloes and have a smooth attractive pinkish margin without any teeth. Attractive coral red flowers are borne during the winter months
This well known grass aloe is commonly found along rocky ridges of the Witwatersrand. The plants form dense clumps. The habitat is highly threatened.
Aloe zebrina is a typical small, spotted Aloe but with the addes advantage that it tolerates semi-shade and flowers in summer
Ideal as a rockery or bedding plant in well-drained soil in full sun.
The spreading bulbine prefers a sunny spot and fairly dry conditions – ideal for a rockery. Interplant with grasses that will support it.
Makes a beautiful rockery plant with its strap-shaped leaves and yellow flowers.