Plants ordered today will begin shipping in April of 2024

Aloe ferox (Cape Aloe) plant, quart size, organic

$21.00

Family:  Aloe (Asphodelacea)

Hardy to zone 9 to 10, otherwise grown as a potted plant indoors or kept on the summer patio.

(Umhlaba, Bitteraalwyn)  Perennial trunk-forming aloe native to South Africa. Plant prefers full to part sun and fast draining soil, only occasional watering. The plant makes fat leaves studded with sharp spines. The flowers are bright orange-red.

Potted Plant Certified Organically Grown, will be bare-rooted to ship

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  1. Question

    serpentstruth

    Hi.

    Just wondering when or if you’ll have this plant in stock again?

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    • Richo Cech

      Admin Richo Cech

      Hi, we will have it again in 2019, when the current planting sizes up for sale.

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    • Vrushali (verified owner)

      I have ordered this plant this year and received as well. Plant was doing good inside. As weather started warming up I kept it out for 3-4 days and it looks like plant did not like it. I have brought plant back inside. Little worried if plant will be ok or not. We live in san francisco bayarea, california

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    • Richo Cech

      Admin Richo Cech

      Hello Vrushali,
      My guess is that going from indoor low light to outdoor strong light is too much change too fast. Although Aloe ferox does great in full sun, it must be gradually acclimatized.
      Richo

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