Aloe Humilis Plant. You will receive a similar plant in size and shape to the ones in the pictures. Is an accepted name this name is the accepted name of a species in the genus aloe (family xanthorrhoeaceae ).
Leaves are pale green, sharp, with many prickles on both sides and toothed margins, grouped in a rosette. When mature, produces flower spikes to 35cm high, with red or orange tubular flowers, in late winter or early spring All of our plants are grown under the same conditions, although not all the plants are the same.
It is best referred to simply as aloe 'hedghehog' or acceptably also as aloe humilis x 'hedgehog'.
Aloe humilis ‘spider aloe’ succulents need strong light. Also, it’s very tolerant of neglect and improper care, so your likelihood of killing this plant is pretty low. You will receive a similar plant in size and shape to the ones in the pictures.
Hummel's hybrids with aloe humilis as one of the parents.
Aloe humilis also known as spider aloe is a succulent plant teal blue in color that forms clusters of plants around the base. These plants originated in africa, madagascar, and arabia. It a a complex hybrid of 4 different aloe species developed in.
Aloe pillansii at home in the desert of south africa.
All of our plants are grown under the same conditions, although not all the plants are the same. This succulent is probably one of edward c. Unusually thick and bulky roots.
Aloe humilis is a low growing heavily suckering succulent that forms crowded clusters.
Leaves are pale green, sharp, with many prickles on both sides and toothed margins, grouped in a rosette. This clustering aloe is a wonderful little species that has very large blooms compared to the size of the plant. Aloe humilis (this plant comes in a 3.5 inch pot.
So much more than the sunburn plant, aloe vera is a succulent that thrives in a hot climate and has been around for millennia.
Both are probably a bit too large for the average wisconsin windowsill. The aloe humilis are ornamental and have 1.1 inches long flowers that are coral red with yellow ends held in racemes that are up to 16 inches. Many sites refer to it as aloe humilis 'hedgehog' , this is incorrect as it implies it is a selected cultivar of aloe humilis.