Author : C.H.Wright
Family : Aloaceae
Habitat : Somalia, Tchad
Aloe somaliensis is stemless or short-stemmed aloe species single or forming small groups with strikingly marked leaf-blades. This species varies enormously both in its colouring, the markings on the leaves and the spines on the leaf margins. Previously two varieties were recognized, the nominate form (var. somaliensis) and var. violacea. But Carter, Lavranos et al in Aloes: the Definitive Guide, do not recognize a variety marmorata.
3 years old seedling about 6 cm. Sent bare roots
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