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How to propagate an aloe plant using just an aloe leaf

Grow an Aloe Plant With Just an Aloe Leaf

Bitter Aloe, Cape Aloe, Red Aloe, Tap Aloe - Aloe ferox can grow up to 10 feet (3 m) in height with leaves arranged in rosettes. The leaves are thick and fleshy, dull green, sometimes with...

Bitter Aloe, Cape Aloe, Red Aloe, Tap Aloe - Aloe ferox can grow up to 10 feet (3 m) in height with leaves arranged in rosettes. The leaves are thick and fleshy, dull green, sometimes with...

Cape Aloe or Bitter Aloe (Aloe ferox). Bloom in spring.  Aloes are succulents, and this extra stored water in their tissues helps them deal with periods of drought. However, during unusually severe droughts, Cape Aloes and even some of our native plants will definitely need extra water in order for them to survive.

Cape Aloe or Bitter Aloe (Aloe ferox). Bloom in spring. Aloes are succulents, and this extra stored water in their tissues helps them deal with periods of drought. However, during unusually severe droughts, Cape Aloes and even some of our native plants will definitely need extra water in order for them to survive.

a lovely colony of aloe polyphylla! stunning with the light stone..... - Gardening Prof

a lovely colony of aloe polyphylla! stunning with the light stone..... - Gardening Prof

(Aloe spp.) are African plants from the drier parts of that continent. Aloes like this South African Cape Aloe or Bitter Aloe (Aloe ferox) below begin blooming in late February and early March.

(Aloe spp.) are African plants from the drier parts of that continent. Aloes like this South African Cape Aloe or Bitter Aloe (Aloe ferox) below begin blooming in late February and early March.

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