Aloe Ciliaris Climbing Aloe
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Aloe Ciliaris from the Asphodelaceae family is commonly known as the ‘Climbing Aloe’. It is the fastest-growing succulent plant from South Africa, reaching up to 8 to 12 feet in height. This summer-dormant plant is named Ciliaris because of its white hair-like teeth on the edges of the stem.
The Aloe ciliaris is fast-growing.
The tall stems of Aloe produce beautiful orange-red flowers at the end of the fall.
Water and Feeding/Fertilizer
Water this plant when it gets fully dried out. When kept indoors, once a week is sufficient to water.
The Climbing Aloe grows best in sandy or gravelly soil. Bad drainage will increase the risk of root diseases or other problems.
The hardiness of this plant is 9 b, and it has a frost tolerance of -1.1° C (30.02° F).
The Aloe ciliaris needs deep sunlight. Without proper sunlight, the plant will not bloom properly.
These plants propagate through seeds, stem cuttings, or offsets. The best way to grow this Aloe is to grow along fences or boundaries where they get support to climb.
Some of the information in this description has been found at desert-tropicals.com, llifle.com and cactus-art.biz
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