Aloe reynoldsii (yellow spineless aloe)

Aloe reynoldsii - A perennial succulent, with a short stem. The plant grows up to 650 mm tall, usually occurring singly or in small groups of 3 to 20 plants in their habitat. The stem is about 50 mm in diameter, with a height of 100 to 150 mm, usually covered with dry leaves, branching and rebranching to form clumps. The leaves are lanceolate, about 350 mm long and 110 mm broad. Leaf margins are crenulate, with a pink or white cartilaginous border and small, soft teeth. The leaves have white spots on both the upper and lower surfaces. Family: Asphodelaceae

Aloe reynoldsii (yellow spineless aloe) 1

Author : Jean Claude Schryve
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Online since: April 18th 2018


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Categories : Family - Horizontal - Landscape - Photos subjects - Cacti and other succulents - Plant Family - Asphodelaceae -

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