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Plant Identification: Unknown aloe

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November 4, 2012
8:02 AM

Post #9324305

Hello, can you help me to identify this inusual aloe, in my town?
Thank you!

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Clarksville, TN
(Zone 7a)

November 4, 2012
9:47 AM

Post #9324368

Perhaps Aloe cryptopoda but I'm not positive.


Acton, CA
(Zone 8b)

November 7, 2012
12:10 AM

Post #9326634

that is an Aloe succotrina hybrid called Aloe x deleatii. I honestly have not seen one of these in person, but they are rather common supposedly in some areas of the world as many have photographs of these on this web site. I think Aloe ciliaris x succotrina (sort of a random collection of aloes to hybridize, but a striking plant it turns out).

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