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Aloe africana

English: Uitenhage aloe; Afrikaans: Uitenhage-aalwyn

Aloe africana - A solitary plant bearing an erect stem up to 2m high (exceptionally to 4m), with a skirt of dry leaves. Flowers from winter to early spring (July - September). Restricted to Eastern Cape, common near Port Elizabeth. Prefers moderate, without frost, hot and humid summers with lots of wind. 600-700mm rainfall per annum. Prefers sandy, well-drained soil. Excellent container plant. Thrives on a wide range of soils. Prevent over-watering.

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