Author : baker
Family : Liliaceae
Habitat : SOUTH AFRICA
Aloe compressa is a small solitary species, without suckers, and stemless or very short-stemmed The 15-20 leaves are distichous (placed in a double row lying over each other and forming a flattened 'fan'), grey or blue green 12-15 cm long, 5 cm broad. This small aloe was first described in 1926 and is much in demand, for it is one of the very few species with two-ranked leaves, as in Aloe plicatilis and Aloe suprafoliata. The tall, unbranched inflorescence has small; red flowers.
2 years old seedling with 5/6 leaves
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