Aloe angelica (Aloaceae) Williespoort aloe (e) Williespoortaalwyn (a). a Single stem up to 4m in height, but occasionally being branched. The smooth leaves armed with small sharp teeth are spreading to recurved, with old dried leaves remaining around the upper part of the trunk. The complex much-branched inflorescence contains many short tubular flowers budding red but turning yellow in age. This species blooms typically in winter. Date of harvest : November 2008. Locality : Pietersburg. 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 pebbles. The pebbles help the seedlings to stay upright and prevent damping off. Keep seed tray in a dry warm corner and do not allow to dry out. Transplant the seedlings after one year.