Aloe varimaculata McCoy (2016)

DESCRIPTION: Plant ascending to decumbent, branching from the base and forming clusters of several stems up to 500 mm tall. Stems up to 600 mm long; the lower stems are 1215 mm in diameter, whitish grey, the younger stems are mottled and with vertical purplish stripes. The leaves are succulent and in lax rosettes (inter nodes 810 mm apart), ascending and gracefully curving downwards. Usually with up to 10 functional leaves, 130230 1520 mm; the leaf margins with prominent spine-tipped teeth, 57 mm apart, about 4 4 mm pointing to the sides and slightly ascending, the tips orange. The inflorescence is ascending and simple, up to 200 mm tall, racemes 6070 mm long, somewhat subdensely flowered, about 24 to 28 flowers, Perianth is orange-red, 2325 5 mm, shortly stipitate.
DISTRIBUTION: Angola
CULTIVATION: In Europe known long time. Easy growing...

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Aloe varimaculata
Leba Pass, Angola
Aloe varimaculata
Leba Pass, Angola
Aloe varimaculata
Leba Pass, Angola
Aloe varimaculata
Aloe varimaculata
Leba Pass, Angola