Which cultivar of aloe is this?

Ellendale, DE(Zone 7a)

I would like to know what aloe cultivar I have here. Thanks so much!

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Sun Lakes, AZ(Zone 9b)

Looks like it could be Aloe cilaris to me. If it is, it grows out and wants to climb and has nice very orangy flowers as it grows taller.

Otway, OH(Zone 6b)

Does anyone have baby aloe plants that they could ship for postage? Lost mine and love to use them for burns. Thanks, Kathy

Baja California, Mexico(Zone 11)

The aloe in the picture could be a few things. It's a little small to tell. Flowers would help. Maybe arborescens. Probably not ciliaris, which has really fine hairlike teeth unlike the big bumpy ones in the picture.

Kathy, for health and safety reasons, be sure that you are using a medicinal aloe (Aloe vera) for burns... there are four or five hundred species of aloe and some of them are actually poisonous. I say this because it's sometimes hard to tell what kind of aloe one has from the appearance of a small random offset.

Otway, OH(Zone 6b)

If anyone has any I would pay postage

Perth, West Oz., Australia(Zone 10a)

I agree with Baja Costero, immature offshoot of arborescens good possibility.

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Sun Lakes, AZ(Zone 9b)

Yes, you both are right! Sorry for any confusion!

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