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Aloe striatula - Hardy Aloe
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Aloe striatula  
A fantastic Aloe, which has proven to be hardy down to -8/-10 degrees Centigrade; it grows fairly quickly into a multi-stemmed plant around 1 metre in height and spread. Site in a sunny position in well-drained soil (or pot) to ensure good growth and flowering. It has tall candle-like yellow/orange flowers in mid summer. Very easy to grow and look after.
    Position? full sun; tolerant of windy and coastal positions
    Soil? all free-draining soils,
    Eventual size? up to 1 metre, but can be pruned
    Habit? stocky evergreen bush, stunning architectural shape
Currently available at the nursery:
 

30 to 40cm tall

£7.50

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