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Article: An introduction to Aloe Flowers, part 4 of 5: Aloes S-Z: A wonderful plant but difficult to weed

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Huntsville, AL

January 7, 2008
8:14 PM

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I had large, robust varieties of Aloe (EVERYWHERE) around my home in South Florida and was thrilled when I finally saw blossoms. I found it made an unusual, hurricane-proven hedge for my butterfly garden. 'Might topple but it doesn't give up. This is one plant I had to reluctantly leave behind when I moved here, but when I am able to build a greenhouse I will have a specimen instead of a spread.


http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v286/shewhoebays/GARDEN/Flowering_Aloe_12_06.jpg

(I can't find the files on my computer right now...if you knew how many pictures I have...)

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