Common name: None
Native to: Ethiopia, Sudan, Kenya, Tanzania
Aloe secundiflora an evergreen, succulent, perennial plant that produces a dense rosette of about 20 spear-shaped leaves that can be 30 - 75cm long and 8 - 30cm wide at the base. The plant can be stemless, or with a short stem up to 30cm long; it is usually solitary, but sometimes suckers to form small groups.
Native / exotic: Exotic
Aspect: Full sun to light shade
Flowers: Red to coral inflorescence on a long spike
Foliage: Evergreen, succulent spear-shaped leaves
Growth habit: Dense rosette
Hardiness: Hardy and drought-resistant
Height: Up to 30 to 75 cm
Spread: Up to 30cm
Soil requirements: Prefers well-drained soils.
Uses: Dry areas and rockery plantings and places without regular need for watering