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Aloe aristata - Lace Aloe

Aloe aristata (Lace Aloe, Torch Plant) → Plant characteristics and more photos…

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Haworthia es un género de plantas fanerógamas de la Familia Xanthorrhoeaceae Están emparentadas en las Xanthorrhoeaceae, con el género Aloe, Gasteria y Kniphofia. Hay híbridos intergéneros entre Aloe, o Gasteria y especies de Haworthia. Haworthia is a genus of flowering plants of the Xanthorrhoeaceae Family They are related in the Xanthorrhoeaceae, with the genus Aloe, Gasteria and Kniphofia. There are intergenic hybrids between Aloe, or Gasteria and Haworthia species.

Haworthia es un género de plantas fanerógamas de la Familia Xanthorrhoeaceae Están emparentadas en las Xanthorrhoeaceae, con el género Aloe, Gasteria y Kniphofia. Hay híbridos intergéneros entre Aloe, o Gasteria y especies de Haworthia. Haworthia is a genus of flowering plants of the Xanthorrhoeaceae Family They are related in the Xanthorrhoeaceae, with the genus Aloe, Gasteria and Kniphofia. There are intergenic hybrids between Aloe, or Gasteria and Haworthia species.

Care Tiger Aloe (Aloe variegata). Prefers gritty soil that is allowed to dry out. Water infrequently

How to Grow and Care for a Tiger Aloe (Aloe variegata)

Care Tiger Aloe (Aloe variegata). Prefers gritty soil that is allowed to dry out. Water infrequently

Aloe aristata, indigenous 2 South Africa.  This species is known locally as "Serelei" (Sesotho for "slippery one") or "Langnaaldaalwyn" (Afrikaans for "Lacey Aloe"). In English it is usually known as the "Lace Aloe" or "Guinea-fowl Aloe".The species was described by Adrian Hardy Haworth. Its species name "aristata"comes from the Latin 4 "bristly" or "awned",& refers 2 the lacy edges of the leaves.Recent phylogenetic studies have demonstrated that the Aloe genus is polyphyletic and that this…

Lace Aloe- bright light, dry gritty sand, shallow pots to avoid root rot, water away from rosette, thin layer of gravel on top of soil.

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