The Golden Toothed Aloe ‘Aloe Nobilis’

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This evergreen succulent is relatively vigorous in forming clusters. It is an excellent plant for xeriscaping and providing ground cover due to its cluster-forming characteristic. Its beautiful rosettes give it an excellent decorative edge.

Scientific Name:Aloe Nobilis.
Other Names:Golden Tooth Aloe, White Toothed Aloe.
Growth Season:Spring and summer.
Preferred Temperature:It performs best between 13-38oC (55-100oF). It isn’t cold hardy and can survive temperatures up to -4oC, below which it may die.
Hardiness Zone:USDA Zone 9b-10b.
Average Mature Height & Width:It reaches a maximum of 12 inches high and an equal spread.
Toxicity:This plant may be toxic to humans or animals if ingested.
Aloe Nobilis Summary

Aloe Nobilis Physical Characteristics

It is an evergreen, perennial succulent with a mat-forming habit owing to its ability to spread. Its leaves are short, broad, and triangular, a shape that makes it challenging to define them as lanceolate like many in this genus are called.

These leaves, which are its most attractive feature, are formed into storied rosettes on a stem so that one plant can have up to four levels of rosettes. On the margins, the leaves have yellow or cream-white spines. The leaves are light, slightly luminous green when grown in the shade. However, they can acquire an orange color when grown in full sun.

It blooms in summer by producing beautiful racemes that rise two feet above the plant. The raceme then produces orange tubular flowers.

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