Aloe striata goes by the common name Coral Aloe. It belongs to the Asphodelaceae family. A native to South Africa, the Aloe striata size is about 18 inches. The plant grows as rosettes formed by its red-margined grayish-green broad leaves. The leaves are toothless and when exposed to full sun, get a pinkish tinge. Aloe striata coral aloe is one of the frost-hardy succulents from the family. These are winter-dormant plants but grow at a fast pace. This Aloe species requires full to partial sun for the best growth. Between late winter to early spring, the plant bears numerous inflorescences that are marked by coral flowers.
Aloe striata has a remarkably fast growth rate.
The Coral aloe plant flowers between late winter to early spring when huge inflorescences sprout bearing coral flowers.
The foremost tip about Coral aloe care is to water it moderately throughout the years except for winters when the plant goes dormant. During this season, watering should be infrequent.
Another Aloe striata care tip is to use sandy soil so that the water can drain away faster.
The hardiness zone of Coral aloe vera is 9 - 11. It is a frost-hardy plant.
This plant needs full to partial sun to prosper happily.
The best way of propagation is by seeds.
Buy the Coral aloe for sale from Planet Desert. Aloe striata is a great decor piece for rock gardens, hedges, flower beds, borders, etc.
Some of the information in this description has been found at desert-tropicals.com, llifle.com and cactus-art.biz
|Blooming Season||Winter to mid-spring|
|Common Name||Coral aloe|
|Growth Rate||Slow growth|
|Hardiness Zone||9a to 11|
|Pot Size||2 inch|
|Scientific Name||2 Inch Coral Aloe Striata|
|Sun Exposure||Full sun to partial shade|
Beautiful plant! Exactly what I expected
2 Inch Coral Aloe Striata
This is a glorious plant. Excellent service, excellent product.
Absolutely brilliant! Same as shown in the picture.
Arrived in perfect condition