Aloe plicatilis hybrid. Grows to about 2ft. tall. Red flowers in late winter.
Small hybrid stemless aloe, spreading clusters, prolific orange blooms
Small clumping hybrid 6-12″ with strong spotting and pink edges
Small clumping hybrid to 12″ w/serrated pink edges
A tall thin-leafed dark green grassy aloe. 18″ clumps with 2 to 3 ft. bloom stalks, orange flowers in summer and winter.
Dwarf aloe hybrid with spotted dark green leaves looks almost black in sun.
Small clumping hybrid to 12″ w/serrated pink edges, dark leaves and pink spots.
A chalky blue compact vertical rosette, tightly clumping. Bright orange flowers in late winter through spring. Narrow leaves turn darker in full sun.
Deep bronze color in full sun, greener in shade, low aggressive clumper
Miniature aloe with striking markings. Part of the Fish series of Aloe hybrids.
A. arborescens “Yellow Torch”
Winter growing/blooming shrub, 4ft. in Bay Area
Large solitary rosettes, very spiny leaves. Tall spikes of orange flowers.
3-4 feet fast growing succulent shrub with numerous blue-green leaves. Orange-red blooms in winter.
Single stemmed to 12ft., solitary rosette, marginal spines
Winter growing/blooming shrub, 4 to 6ft. in Bay Area
Densely growing succulent with many 18” rosettes. Narrow recurved soft toothed leaves are pale green with stripes of yellow and cream.
Small, shrubby, spidery arms, shade tolerant
Branching tree to 50’+ tall, trunks to 10′ dia.; dark green recurved leaves
Dwarf aloe with dull green flowers. Stemless and clump-forming
Blue rosettes to 8″, groundcover mounding.
Large stemless rosette; thick leaves, partly upright – green in shade, red in sun
Fast growing succulent shrub with numerous green leaves that turn bright red in full sun; less water will also provoke red in the leaves. Orange-red blooms in winter.
Large stemless rosette, moderately spiny. Blush to dark red edges in full sun.
Many vertical stems, vining/climbing to 10ft.
Vertical stems to 3 feet tall, spreads wide. Orange flowers in late winter. “This plant can be used effectively on slopes, and provides a great barrier against fires when planted in wide enough swaths because of the tremendous amount of moisture stored in its leaves.”
Low growing Aloe, creeps along the ground. Wide pointed green leaves with marginal teeth shows reddish blush in sun. Pink flowers in winter.
Grass-aloe grows in tight clumps with tall stalks with orange blooms. Edible shoots and flowers.
Single rosette; vase-shaped, glossy green, to 3ft
Clusters of elongated rosettes to 3′ tall; red blooms
Clusters of elongated rosettes will grow 3 to 5 feet tall; red blooms