Aloe aristata Haw., Philos. Mag. J. 67: 280 1825. (Syn: Aloe aristata var. leiophylla Baker; Aloe aristata var. parvifolia Baker; Aloe ellenbergeri Guillaumin; Aloe longiaristata Schult. & Schult.f.);
It is indigenous to South Africa and surrounding countries.
It is stemless, sawtoothed and succulent. Its nectar-rich, tubular orange flowers tend to attract birds, bees, and wasps easily. It is cultivated as a garden plant, but as it requires winter heat is grown under glass in temperate regions. It has gained the Royal Horticultural Society‘s Award of Garden Merit.
When not in bloom, it is similar to and often confused with Haworthia fasciata.
(From Wikipedia on 25.5.13)
Plant For ID : BBC Show,Mumbai : 190513 : AK-2 : Attachments (1). 5 posts by 3 authors.
A small potted plant seen at the BBC Show in MNP, Mumbai on 30/3/13.
Plant having tiny white spots.
This is probably Aloe aristata which can be mistaken for H fasciata. But the markings point towards A aristata
Thanks for possible ids of this plant.
…, you could be right although my knowledge in these plants is very limited.
I recollect the name given was Aloe quahtii, but I could not find anything on searching. Later, it slipped my mind.
The plant is Aloe aristata, note marginal teeth.
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