Aloe barberae 'Bainesii'


Description: 

Slow-growing tree can reach up to 54ft high and 3ft in stem diameter. Aloe barberae is Africa's largest aloe. The tree aloe is often used as an ornamental plant. Its tubular flowers are rose pink, green-tipped and it flowers in winter.

Plant Details
USDA Zone Information: 
9b-11
Family: 
Liliaceae
Flower : 
Rose pink
Ideal Light Conditions: 
Sun
Ideal Water Conditions: 
Moderate in summer, dry in winter
Speed of Growth: 
Slow
Mature Height: 
54ft
Mature Width: 
3ft
Walk-in Retail Prices
5 gallon: 
$30.00
30 gallon: 
$400.00
Latin Name: 
Aloe bansaii 'Bainesii'
Common Name: 
Tree aloe

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