One of the hardiest of the Aloes, this will withstand short drops into the upper teens but will appreciate shelter against a sunny wall under an eave where it will produce orange flowers for months on end. Well worth trying for some succulent exotica or just fine in a container where it can be brought inside for the winter. Has done well in outside with careful siting in mild PNW gardens.
This makes a tight clump of rosettes and has a 8"-12" stem of soft orange tubular flowers in summer. This is hardy in milder gardens here especially grown in a sunny bed under the eves where it gets winter rain protection and benefits from some heat from the house.
One of the hardier Aloes or former Aloe. This will survive winters in warmer Zone 8 gardens making a multi-stemmed shrub with terminal spires of orange-yellow showy flowers. If a cold freeze occurs, this will be cut to the base but will rapidly regrow come spring. Best to mulch prior to such an event.
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