Aloe dewetii Reynolds (1937)

DESCRIPTION: Stemless, mostly solitary. Leaves ca 20, spreading, 35-40x7-12 cm, dull glossy green with numerous elongated dull whitish spots in transverse bands, lover surface mostly without spots, obscurely lineate. Pungent brown teeth 1 cm long an 1-1,5 cm apart. Inf. 200 cm or more, with 8-12 branches, curving widely upwards. Perianth dull scarlet. high, flowers pink.
DISTRIBUTION: South Africa, KwaZulu-Natal, Mkuzi valley, distribution limited.
CULTIVATION: Not common in Europe. Member of maculate aloes, closely related to A. dyeri.

Aloe dewetii
Aloe dewetii
cultivated plant