Aloe thraskii

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Aloe thraskii
Family: Asphodelaceae
Distribution: KwaZulu-Natal
Life form: Herbaceous perennial
Description: Dune Aloe is a beautiful tree from southern Africa that can reach a height of about 10 feet. It produces massive rosettes of strongly recurved pale olive-green leaves and gradually makes an attractive clump. It is one of the few tree aloes that consistently performes well in South Florida summers. The yellow-orange flowers will attract bees, butterflies, and birds to your garden. Prefers full sun and well-draining soil.


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