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Aloe hybrida Spots N Dots

Botanical Name: Common Names:
Aloe hybrida Spots N Dots LEO6132, Succulent,

Native: Foliage Type:
No Evergreen

Plant Type: Plant Habit:
Palms, Ferns & Tropical, Succulents & Cacti Clumping, Tufting, Upright

A unique and sought after small to medium sized tough sun perennial for Australian gardens, not just for its flowering but for its special leaf form. The beautifully shaped greyish leaves contain numerous ‘spots and dots’, even more on the underside than the upper surface. Established plants are capable of putting on an amazing show of red-to-yellow bi-coloured flowers from early Autumn and through Winter.

Mature Height: Mature Width:
30-60cm 30-60cm

Position: Soil Type:
Full Sun Any, Clay, Loam, Sandy, Well Drained

Landscape Use(s)
Balcony / Roof, Borders / Shrubbery, Coastal Garden, Courtyard, Erosion Control, Feature, Foliage Feature / Colour, Formal Garden, Low Water Garden, Mass Planting, Rockery, Tropical Garden, Verge, Container / Pot

Pests & Diseases: Generally trouble free

Cultural Notes: Aloes are extremely tough and hardy they will grow with little or no water and require very little attention. This variety does look best when given regular watering during Summer. Information & Images courtesy Aloe Aloe Horticulture.

Plant Care
Annual slow release fertiliser, Liquid feed

Family Name: Origin:
Xanthorrhoeaceae Africa

Foliage Colour: Grey, White, Variegated
Flower Colour: Yellow, Red
Flower Fragrant: No
Flowering Season: Autumn
Fruit: Insignificant

Requirements Tolerances
Growth Rate: Slow
Maintenance Level: Low
Water Usage: Low
Drought: Medium / Moderate
Frost: Moderate
Wind: High