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Article: An introduction to Aloe Flowers, part 4 of 5: Aloes S-Z
juper Albany, CA Hi palmbob,
I am not sure whether this is a vaombe or a hybrid of some kind. Do you have any photos of young vaombes so I can compare. THx
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palmbob Tarzana, CA (Zone 9b) Hmmm... not seen too many sideways aloes, but that sure looks like either an Aloe vaotsanda or vaombe.
juper Albany, CA Thanks palmbob.
LOL - I thought sideway aloes are becoming more popular:-)
Today, I came across a much larger one (about 4x3) - had the same shiny dark brown coloring with leaves curled up from the sides. Looked really nice - didn't notice any trunk on it though. I should've taken a photo of it.
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