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By Jasmine


aloe variegata (Aloe variegata (Partridge-breasted aloe))

aloe variegata in flower



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Welcome to GOY. I have never had Aloe vera so have never seen its flowers. Interesting plant.

9 May, 2008

 

What a healthy looking collection.

9 May, 2008

 

mum used to have these on her window sill... we (as children) used to slice them open and wipe the 'snot' as we called it on each other!! we were such delightful children! shouldn't admit to these things should i??

10 May, 2008

 

Oh I like these. I have one little one living in the kitchen.

7 Jun, 2008

 

Oh, My parents and grandparents were mad on these when I was a wee laddie! One of the first things I learned to grow from offstes. haven't seen them in decades. Many thanx for this reminder, Jasmine. Also, re our fuchsia "Twister", I thought that it was an annual basket plant, yet you say yours has survived from last year. Hope it flowers for you, again.

8 Jun, 2008

 

Fantastic display of aloe. Do these over winter outside to induce flowering? Or is there some other secret? I don't know that I have ever seen them flowering.

3 Aug, 2008

 

I just leave them to do their own thing - some are inside and some outside but all seem to flower around the same time - usually late winter/early spring.

4 Aug, 2008

Leo
Leo
 

I like these, they look very striking.

4 Sep, 2008

 

I love these plants but have had problems with many of mine loosing their roots. I now think that they do most of their growing in autumn and spring - I only have a few left that have not rotted - I would love to be able to grow them to look as healthy and as beautiful as yours. Am I right about their growing (autumn/spring) season in Ireland and Uk?

Great plants
David

6 Dec, 2008

 

I love these plants but have had problems with many of mine loosing their roots. I now think that they do most of their growing in autumn and spring - I only have a few left that have not rotted - I would love to be able to grow them to look as healthy and as beautiful as yours. Am I right about their growing (autumn/spring) season in Ireland and Uk?

Great plants
David

6 Dec, 2008



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