Aloe inamara Leach, L.C., Cannell, I.C. (1971)

DESCRIPTION: caulescent, suckering from base, stems long 1-2 m, leaves crowded at the stem apex, pendent, 45-60x4-5 cm, pale yellowish-green, obscurely lineate, with few spots on the upper surface. Inf. pendulous, 40-50 cm long, 2-6 branches, racemes shortly cylindrical, perianth dull red with greenish tips.
DISTRIBUTION: South of Novo Redondo, at mouth of Quicombo River, Angola.
CULTIVATION: rare plant but easy to grow.


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