Aloe Mitriformis (perfoliata)

Aloe Mitriformis (perfoliata)

$28.00 inc. GST

Approx. 18cm(Ø) x 16cm(H)

Overall Height approx. 25cm

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Aloe Mitriformis (perfoliata)

  • Aloes are a genus of small to large, rosetted, evergreen perennials, with a fleshy, sword to lance-shaped leaves, bearing racemes or panicles of tubular or cylindrical flowers.
  • The sap of crushed leaves is used to treat mild burns and sunburns.
  • Aloe mitriformis is a clump-forming species with thick, nearly erect to horizontal with terminal rosettes of blue-green leaves, to 18 inches long, suffused red in poor conditions.
  • Bears on branched stems, broadly conical racemes, 16 to 24 inches tall, of dull scarlet flowers, 1 1/2 to 2 inches long, in winter.
SOIL
  • Specialist cacti compost.
FERTILIZER
  • Water-soluble, quick release fertilizers.
LIGHT
  • Require full sun.
  • Full Sun is defined as exposure to more than 6 hours of continuous, direct sun per day.
WATER
  • Water when the compost gets dry, but make sure it never sits in excess water for any length of time.

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