GROWING ALOES IN WARM CLIMATES - STGmagazine.
Aloe peckii Aloe peglerae Aloe pembana Aloe pendens (Partridge-breast Aloe, Tiger Aloe) Aloe penduliflora Aloe 'Pepe' Aloe percrassa Aloe perrieri Aloe perryi (Perry's Aloe) Aloe petricola Aloe petrophila Aloe peyrierasii Aloe pictifolia (Kouga Aloe) Aloe pillansii Aloe pirottae Aloe plicatilis (Fan Aloe) Aloe plowesii Aloe pluridens Aloe.
This is a great garden aloe. 5. Aloe peglerae (red-hot poker) has a distinctive growth habit with inward curving leaves forming a rounded ball. Densely packed flowers on short stubby racemes appear above the foliage in July and August, and the orange-red buds open a greenish yellow. 6. Aloe striata (coral aloe) produces rosettes of smooth, grey, strap-shaped leaves that grow at ground level.
Aloe peglerae is a small, stemless aloe, which grows on the north facing slopes of the Magaliesberg and Witwatersrand. These plants often occur in a small group. The leaves are greyish-green in color and tend to curve inward. The leaf margins of new growth have whitish spines as opposed to the reddish brown spines on older leaves. The backs of the leaves have spines midway from the base to the.
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Aloe aculeata. Family:Asphodelaceae -Aloaceae - Liliaceae. Common name:Red Hot Poker Aloe. Habitat:South Africa,Namibia. - The genus name Aloe comes from the Greek word for the dried juice of aloe leaves, which in turn was derived from earlier Sanskrit and Semitic words.
Aloe peglerae - Magaliesberg aalwyn, vuurpylaalwyn, Fez aloe, Magaliesberg aloe, red-hot poker: Stellenbosch University Botanical Garden, South Africa.
Aloe peglerae- Red Hot Poker Aloe, the Fez Aloe, Vuurpylaalwyn Aloe peglerae is a beautiful, stemless South African aloe. Its striking color and compact, rosette form make it an excellent specimen plant. It has thick, rigid leaves that curl inward and give it its distinct, stunted appearance. In.