Aloe barberae 'Hercules'


This hybrid aloe tree is a cross between Aloe barberae and the Aloe dichotoma. This hybrid grows faster than Aloe barberae. Excellent hybrid vigor, massive tree with thick trunk. Growth is a bit more like Aloe barberae with branching not necessarily dichotomous, and branches far longer than in Aloe dichotoma.

Giant 12-14 foot tall, 8 foot wide. $4,000 multihead

Plant Details
USDA Zone Information: 
Flower : 
Pinkish red
Ideal Light Conditions: 
Ideal Water Conditions: 
Moderate in summer, dry in winter
Speed of Growth: 
Mature Height: 
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Latin Name: 
Aloe barberae x dichotoma
Common Name: 
Hercules Aloe

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