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Aloe omavandae  Anthill Aloe

Aloe omavandae – Anthill Aloe
Product Code: Y8AXALOM
Ornamental Value: Pretty
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A rare, small Aloe described only in 2004 from sheer sandstone cliffs in Namibia's inhospitable Baynes Mountains between 1500 and 2000 m. It grows a pendant or decumbent stem that holds a rosette of broad, thickly succulent, grayish leaves that are mottled with small, white spots. The slender, simple or sparsely branched inflorescences carry orange red flowers. It is very rare in cultivation but will do well in many warm temperate climates.
Cultural Requirements
Sun Exposure Full sun from early age
Light shade when young
Frost Tolerance Light
Water Requirements Low
Drought Tolerance Yes
Wind Tolerance High
Tolerance of Coastal Conditions Yes
Appearance
Growth Form Shrub
Perennial Rosette Plant
Succulent
Ornamental Value Pretty
Uses
Properties Blue/Silver
Evergreen
Hazards Child and Pet Friendly
Gardening Ornamental
Potted
Classification
Plant Group Succulents
Botanical Order Asparagales
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