This striking aloe has large beautiful red-orange flowers with grey-green leaves arranged in attractive rosettes. The edges of the leaves are armed with spikey teeth. Suitable to grow in coastal areas and this aloe will make an impressive and impenetrable hedge. Sap extracted from the leaves can also be used to treat skin ailments and burns.
A small aloe with an abundance of delightful bicolor flowers. Two toned pink to creamy white flowers make it a beautiful addition to the garden. Well suited for smaller gardens and containers for added colour.
A large aloe with red to white bi-coloured flowers from early July to early August. This repeat bloomer is drought resistant and cold hardy, but do protect from frost. Suitable for water wise gardens and pots.
Aristata is a semi-hardy succulent, which forms dense rosettes of fleshy triangular leaves. The pointed leaves are dark green with small white markings and bristled lacey margins. Bears orange-red flowers from late spring to early summer.
Brevifolia forms a carpet of decorative dense rosettes and is also known as Short-Leaf Aloe. The leaves grey-green leaves are fleshy an triangular and will turn a rosy pink in the sun. Ideal for beds, borders and rock gardens.
This small aloe has attractive bi-coloured orange flowers. It is a medium to fast growing aloe that will add colour, shape and texture to your garden. Well suited to small gardens and mass planting as well as container gardening.
A medium to large, fast-growing aloe with grey-green leaves with a toothy margin. Large shiny bi-coloured blooms in red and white will flower in mid-Winter. Caroline resembles Aloe Charles, but are a bit smaller. Drought resistant.
This stemless aloe has broad, flattened leaves with smooth margins. The foliage color can be variable depending on the amount of sunlight from either a dull reddish-green, or a grey-green with a pinkish-red edge. Clusters of pendulous, glossy coral-red flowers on branched stems appear in August and September.