Aloe dental works
Gorgeous purply blue-green plant with reddish-orange teeth. Fairly compact plant that grows to about 5" to 6" in a pot. If planted outside in the ground it can grow up to 12". Pretty easy to grow and problem free. A beautiful Kelly Griffin aloe.
Aloe hybrid lavender
An upright medium growing aloe, this plant forms clusters of rich dark green pointed leaves. Then textured leaves have raised bumps and dashes of lighter green and red with decorative almost reddish 'saw' teeth adorning the edges. Makes a beautiful show piece in your collection or by itself.
This hybrid aloe from the Larry Weisel's "Fish Series" has green leaves with pink teeth. Grow in a loose rosette shape. A clumping variety which produces offsets around the base of the main plant. The more sun/bright light it gets the more red color it will have. An easy to grow plant with attractive color.
A Kelly Griffin hybrid, this striking aloe's leaves are shades of green with raised orangish ridges. Orange colored teeth line the edges of the leaves. Grows in full sun to light shade. The brighter the light the more intense the plants color is. Growing 6" - 12" tall, sunrise clusters to make a beautiful showy plant.
Aloe pink blush
It is one of the larger Kelly Griffin miniature hybrid. This distinctive aloe, offsets readily and has colorful textured leaves with raised pink edges and orange flowers. It can grow up to one foot tall and wide. The brighter the light this aloe is grown in, the more vibrant the color it will have.
Aloe Christmas Carol
A beautiful star shaped hybrid developed by Kelly Griffin. It has dark green leaves and red markings. A very distinctive looking aloe, the colors are more vivid when grown in more light. This slow growing aloe can grow up to about 1 foot tall and wide producing an abundance of offsets that will fill its pot over time.
Miniature aloes with small flat rosettes. Bright glossy green leaves have small red brown teeth and white spots. Clusters freely with pink flowers. Heaviest bloom time is Spring through Fall. Grow in filtered light/shades. If grown in strong light or plant is stressed, leaves may turn brown. Slow to moderate grower. Will not tolerate frost. Fertilize once a month with a cacti fertilizer in the Spring/Summer. Keep dryer in the winter. When repotting, use cacti soil.
Rauhii 'Snowflake ' Aloe
Grows in a rosette shape, eventually forming clumps. Leaves mottled with numerous elongated white H shaped spots and tiny white teeth. In full sunlight, the green and white leaves become a purplish orange color. Flowers most heavily in the winter but may flower throughout the year. A moderate grower. Will not tolerate frost. Prefers filtered light. Fertilize once a month with a cacti fertilizer in the Spring/Summer. Keep dryer in the winter. When repotting, use cacti soil.
Dark blue-green leaves are streaked with "frilly" orange to red bumps, all framed with serrated, frilly edges. Grows in a rosette shape with offsets over time. A slow to moderate grower. Flowers in late Winter/Spring. Sun/part sun. If grown in part shade, leaves may not be as colorful. Will not tolerate frost. Fertilize once a month during Spring/Summer months with cacti fertilizer. Keep dryer during winter month. When repotting, use cacti soil.
Aloe Diego 'White Lighting'
Very textured mound forming with elongated white markings giving it an almost white appearance. Flowers late winter/early spring. Like indirect light, may turn brown if put in too much sun. Will not tolerate frost. Fertilize once a month during Spring/Summer months with a cacti fertilizer. Keep dryer during winter months. When repotting, use a cacti soil.
Aloe 'Jimmy' Little Gator
A lovely pale green hybrid with bumpy skin. White leaf spots and delicate white teeth along leaf margins. Small, easy slow grower that clumps with time. Bright light/part shade. Fertilize with a cacti fertilizer during Spring/Summer months. Keep dryer during winter months. When repotting, use a cacti soil. Will not tolerate frost.
Aloe Variegata (Tiger Aloe, Partridge Breast)
Grows in a spiral fashion with new leaves appearing out of the top as the old leaves get pushed down to form the spiral. Has green leaves with white stripes. Plant will flower only when mature, around 5-7 years old. Slow to produce offsets. Grow in indirect light. Plant will turn brown if in too much light. Will not tolerate frost. Fertilize once a month during Spring/Summer with a cacti fertilizer. Keep dryer during winter months. When repotting, use a cacti soil.