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Genus & Species Description
Size
Price
Aloe aristata 'Tegelberg's Triumph' A fantastic cultivar, forming rosettes with many tapered dark green leaves with white bumps. Limited.
5"
24.50
Aloe bakeri  
4"
clumping
12.50
Aloe deltoideodonta var. candicans This is a lovely, small growing Aloe from mountainous slopes in South Central Madagascar. Its 6-8 inch long, 2 inches wide, leaves are streaked with white and the leaves are edged with small triangular teeth. It clumps from the base, eventually forming a small mound.
5"
6"
~12" ø
14.50
17.50
Aloe haworthioides Easy to grow plants with dark green bodies and silvery spined leaf margins.
4"
8.50
Aloe minutis  
3"
4"
5"
5.50
8.50
12.50
Aloe parvula  
3"
4'
4.50
6.50
Aloe polyphylla The "Sprial Aloe" - Quite hardy. Has even been known to survive several winters outside here in wet and rainy Portland. Excellent drainage required of course, and best as a potted specimen in colder and wetter climes.
not currently available
 
Aloe squarrosa  
3"
rooted
cuts
3.75
X Gasteraloe 'Duane'  
3"
5'
3.75
8.50
X Gasteraloe II With large, keeled thick leaves, this is a hybrid of Aloe variegata and an unknown Gasteria. We only have one of this stocky plant, 10.5-11" leaf tip to leaf tip.Smooth sebra marked leaves are accented with rough edges.
30.50
+ shipping
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