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Article: An introduction to Aloe Flowers, part 4 of 5: Aloes S-Z: Aloe Walmsley?

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OutdoorCactusBob
Thousand Oaks, CA

October 18, 2008
10:24 PM

Post #5687901

Is there any information on this specific species of aloe and any planting suggestions for an outdoor setting? Thanks.

palmbob

palmbob
Acton, CA
(Zone 8b)


October 19, 2008
2:49 AM

Post #5689030

It's not a species, but a hybrid of some sort (not sure what it's a hybrid of, but I can research it). It is easy to take care of... in fact it's hard to kill

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