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Aloe lutescens ORANGE

$2.50
Aloe lutescens ORANGE. (Aloaceae). They have a short horizontal stem which allow the plant to form small dense groups. The leaves are long and narrow, with the tips curving inwards. Inflorescens devide into 3 branches with an oblong raceme. The b 
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Aloe marlothii

$6.00
Aloe marlothii (Aloaceae) Mountain Aloe (e), Bergaalwyn (a), inHlaba (z), Mogopa (Tsw), Kgoha (sotho). Very hardy, large, upright, single-stemmed Aloe with a head of large, fleshy, very thorny leaves. Horizontally branched spikes of tubular orange or red 
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Aloe microstigma

$3.00
Aloe microstigma (Aloaceae). This fairly hardy Aloe usually grows singly with long, narrow reddish-green leaves that have white spots. The margins of the leaves have sharp reddish-brown spines adding to the overall reddish look of the plant. It forms a ro 
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Aloe mudenensis

$6.00
Aloe mudenensis. (Aloaceae) This is one of the larger of the spotted Aloes. They may even get a stem of up to 1m. The flowers appear in winter to spring depending on where it grows. Locality : Muden. Date of harvest : Oct 2010. Sowing : Seeds germinate ve 
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Aloe parvibracteata

$5.00
Aloe parvibracteata. Locality : Ex Hort. Date of harvest : Oct 2015 
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Aloe plicatilis

$22.00
Aloe plicatilis (Aloaceae). Fan aloe(e), Tongaalwyn(a). Large specimens of the fan aloe may reach a height of 3-5 m. The stems are forked with clusters of strap-shaped leaves arranged in 2 opposite rows. The clusters resemble an open fan. The leaves are d 
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Aloe sp. aff elegans

$4.00
Aloe sp. aff elegans 
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Aloe speciosa

$12.00
Aloe speciosa (Aloaceae) - Tilt-head Aloe (e), Spaansaalwyn (a) This hardy single-stemmed Aloe has huge flower spikes the buds of which are red and turn a whitish colour when they open from July to September. As with most aloes they attract birds, especia 
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Aloe spicata

$7.00
Aloe spicata. (Aloaceae) Plants almost stemless to arborescent, 1-2 m tall; stems simple or branched. Leaves about 30 per rosette, spreading to slightly recurved, green to reddish. Inflorescences 1-5 per rosette. The flowers are sessile, brownish red in b 
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Aloe striata

$8.00
Aloe striata (Aloaceae). Coral Aloe (e), Blouaalwyn (a), iKhala (z) Hardy, stemless Aloe with a large rosette of grey-green leaves with pink spineless margins. This Aloe has beautiful pinkish-red flowers that appear in late winter in a flattened mass at t 
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Aloe thraskii

$8.00
Aloe thraskii (Aloaceae). Coast Aloe(e). Unbranched tree-like Aloe grows to 3m. The deeply concave rosettes are recurved back to the trunk, sometimes even touching the skirt of old, dried leaves around the trunk. The small marginal teeth are reddish-brown 
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Aloe vanbalenii

$8.00
Aloe vanbalenii (Aloaceae). Van Balen's Aloe (e),) incenalamatshe (z), iLihlala (Sw). Fairly hardy, stemless, creeping Aloe. It creeps by making offsets that eventually make a big robust clump making it a striking, neat form plant. The leaves curl back an 
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Aloe wickensii YELLOW

$4.00
Aloe wickensii YELLOW (cryptopoda) (Aloaceae). Sowing: Seeds germinate very well but may damp off if overwatered. Use a mixture of river sand, compost and soil to sow seeds in. Sprinkle the seeds evenly on the surface and cover with a layer of small pebbl 
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Aloinopsis acuta

$25.00
Aloinopsis acuta 
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Aloinopsis luckhofii

$9.00
Aloinopsis luckhofii. (Mesembryanthemaceae). The plants have thick, grey-green triangular leaves with greyish tubercles. They are small, compact plants with large yellow flowers. Sowing : Sow in a well drained medium. Location : Springbok. Date of harves 
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Aloinopsis malherbei

$6.00
Aloinopsis malherbei. (Aizoaceae) Small growing compact clusters of thick, fan-shaped bluish green leaves. Yellow flowers. Sowing : Seeds will usually germinate in 30-90 days, even under good conditio 
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Aloinopsis rosulata

$6.00
Albuca secunda (Hyacinthaceae) Ornithogalum secundum. Sowing : Sow seeds in autumn. Sow in trays, pots, etc of good seed compost in a propagator or warm place to maintain an optimum temperature of 20-25C. Cover with peat or sand. 
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Aloinopsis rubrolineata

$5.50
Aloinopsis rubrolineata (Mesembryanthemaceae). Indigenous to the Karoo in South Africa. Low multi-branching, mat-forming mesembs, will eventually form large caudex in time. Thick dark olive green tongue-like leaves are finely warty and textured and form l 
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Aloinopsis villetii

$8.00
Aloinopsis villetii (Mesembryanthemaceae). Native to Bushmanland, South Africa, Aloinopsis villetii looks like a little like a Titanopsis with its spotted textured leaves. It clumps over time producing dense mats like other Aloinopsis. Sowing : Sow in tra 
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Anacampseros albidiflora

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Anacampseros albidiflora (Portulacaceae) It grows in a well drained soil with almost no water and lots of sun. The plant will grow to two centimetres in diameter and three to five centimetres height. 
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