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Variegated Aloes

Posted by woodnative 6 (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 2, 13 at 16:52

Show your variegated Aloes! This is A. saponaria.. Fairly easy to grow.....each pup is different.


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RE: Variegated Aloes

This one is new for me......a variegated form of Aloe vera. I hope it does as well.


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RE: Variegated Aloes

Aloe brevifolia. I bought this as a small plant two years ago. it has grown well but has not yet pupped. BTW I am growing these in temperate NJ as houseplants.


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Love all your variegated plants! I have a few Aloe-but need to hunt down the pix of them. Maybe a bit later. :)

I am intrigued by what the 1st plant pot is sitting on-is it a table? Love the design!

Thanks for showing us your beautiful Aloe!


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Thanks. Yes that is a little patio table first pic. All the plants are enjoying summer outside! I wish I had a better spot for them in winter!


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My variegated Aloe. Chris, this is your plant. Boy it is a very slow grower. This was the first year that I saw progress.
Thanks again.
Stush


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