Aloidendron barberae

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Picture(s) shown is only a representation of a mature plant and not the actual plant. Small juvenile plants often look different from a grown specimen.

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Aloidendron barberae, formerly Aloe bainesii and Aloe barberae, also known as the tree aloe, is a species of succulent plant in the genus Aloidendron. It is native to coastal South Africa northwards to Mozambique. In its native climes this slow-growing tree can reach up to 18m high and 0.91 m in stem diameter.

Growth Spread 8 Meters
Growth Height 18 meters
See the source imageWater Requirements Water when dry - drough tolarant. 
Frost Sensitive no
Flowering Period Orange flowers in winter.
Light Requirements Full sun.
 Soil Requirements Well-drained sandy loam soil.
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