Aloe vossii Reynolds (1936)

DESCRIPTION: Suckering, with very short stem. Leaves rosulate or distichous, 20-50x0,7-3 cm, dark green with white spots, densely near base. Inflorescence simple to 50 cm, flowers orange-red. The head-shaped racemes are presented on erect flowering stalks some 0.5 m tall, just slightly shorter than the longest leaves. Often a second inflorescence will follow the first, with flowering peaking during the months of February and March, although some heads may appear as early as November. Related to A. verecunda.
DISTRIBUTION: RSA (N Louis Trichardt, )
CULTIVATION: Rare plant.

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