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Aloe dyeri

Shade or Dyers Aloe

Thrives in shade with tall red inflorescence.

Plant Type:

General Size: small

Flowering Time: summer

Flowering Colour: red

Specifications: birds | container plants | evergreen | fast growing | frost resistant | insect eaters | nectar eaters | semi shade | shade | townhouse gardens | waterwise

Description

This large evergreen groundcover is one of the largest spotted aloes. It is frost resistant, fast growing in the shade or semi-shade. It has red flowers in late summer or autumn which are very striking, especially if mass planted. They attract birds and will be successful if planted in containers. It occurs in Mpumalanga but copes very well with the cold on the Highveld. The word Aloe comes from the Greek and refers to the bitter leaf gel.