Author : Pole-Evans, 1916
Family : Aloaceae
Habitat : South Africa
is a splendid Aloe, with narrow leaves that grows sideways, one on top of each other like an open book, but developing a rosette form when older. It has beautiful, large flowers on thick stalks that emerge in winter. Aloe pretoriensis
looks a lot like this aloe, and is somewhat similarly distichous as a young plant, making misidentification a common situation. Aloe suprafoliata
when in flower can easily be identified by its racemes that have a silvery sheen, rounded flower bracts and simple inflorescence.
Nice Seedling similar to the picture
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