Aloe species

Stan Shebs

Aloe ‘Blue elf’ Best in filtered sun. Heat tolerant. Hardy to 24°F. Little water. Compact aloe grows to 1-2′ tall; 1-2′ wide. Native to South Africa.

This listing is for a Aloe brevifolioa (Blue Aloe) plant, 5-6 inches in diameter. Sold rooted without soil or pot.

White spines, waxy blue leaves on this clumping succulent. Forms 8 inch rosettes that spike red flowers in late spring. Needs regular water and full sun. Tolerates cold and moisture.

This listing is for a Aloe glauca (Blue Aloe) plant, 5-6 inches in diameter. Sold rooted without soil or pot.

Native to cape province South Africa, this succulent forms a dense rosette. Upright habit with profuse offsets to form a large cluster. Tubular salmon red flowers appear on spikes during spring. Hard to 20f. Water thoroughly when soil is dry.

This listing is for an Aloe ‘velociraptor’ plant (possibly a hybrid of Aloe nobilis), 5-6 inches in diameter. Sold rooted without soil or pot.

Drought tolerant when established. Needs well draining soil. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch. Protect from frost to prevent possible scarring. Looks best with regular watering in hotter months.