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Aloe tenuior

English: Basutu Kraal-Aloe; Afrikaans: Basoetoe-kraalaalwyn

Aloe tenuior - Shrublet with straggling stems to 3m tall. Leaves tufted at the ends of the branches, lanceolate, the margins with small teeth. A useful landscaping plant, forming large clumps topped with masses of delicate yellow or orange-red flowers. Flowers nodding in elongate racemes, 10-15mm long. Flowering throughout the year (peaking from May to August). Distribution: dry thicket, Eastern Cape to southern KwaZulu-Natal.

- Aloe tenuior.

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