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Aloe ‘Christmas Carol’
Aloe ‘Christmas Carol’ is a small, slow-growing succulent that forms rosettes, with intriguing, raised dark red markings, some soft but spinelike, down the centre and along the leaf margin. The leaves Lance-shaped, up to 15 cm long, deep green, featuring deep crimson raised spots and trimmed in bright red. Tubular pink to reddish-orange flowers add to the show.
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Aloe Jucunda is a dwarf Aloe up to 14 inches tall, with small, flat rosettes up to 3.2 inches in diameter.The leaves are shiny, glossy, triangular, dark green, usually about 12, flecked with pale green spots, up to 1.6 inches long and up to 2 inches wide, with triangular teeth on the margins. They need bright sunlight, great drainage, and infrequent water to prevent rot.
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Aloe Descoingsii popular as ‘Aloe Pepe’ is a dwarf leaf-succulents (The smallest of all Aloes) with flattish heads.The leaves are Stiff, short, densely rosulate ovate, curled up into inside, attenuate 3 to 6 cm long, glaucous green to dark grey-green (or earth coloured in full sun) surface rough with many dull white beautiful markings and distinct white cartilaginous marginal teeth, up to 1 mm long, 1-2 mm apart, becoming obsolete toward tips. It produces individual rosettes that will grow up to 2 inches in diameter, with numerous offsets of similar size.
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Gasteraloe kebela aslo popular as Gasteraloe ‘Silver Swirls’ is a succulent with rosettes of thick, triangular and gray-green leaves with white spots and toothed margins. The leaves are spiky and fleshy. The flowers are tubular and orange with green.