4' - 6' High and Wide
Adverse Growth Factors
Description and Cultural Plant Tips
This plant starts out as a shrubby plant. The leaves are arranged in a fan shape rather than a rosette. It is a slow grower but eventually becomes a tree with a hardened trunk. It is a bit cold tender and will be damaged in prolonged temperatures below 25 degrees.
Master Gardener Comments
This aloe has a striking silhouette. It should be planted where it’s protected from the hottest afternoon sun. It does well enough in most of the bay area to grow in spite of it’s being a little cold tender.