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Aloes
Aloes are Old World flowering succulents, native to  Africa, Madagascar, Jordan, the Arabian Peninsula, and various islands in the Indian Ocean (Mauritius, Réunion, Comoros, etc.). A few species have also become naturalized in other regions (Mediterranean, India, Australia, North and South America, etc.). Although Aloes are not native to the desert, a few species thrive here as hardy garden plants and are highly valued as winter-bloomers. Many more are enjoyed as tender indoor/outdoor house plants.

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Aloe arborescens
Torch Aloe


Aloe aristata
Lace Aloe


Aloe 'Blue Elf'
 

 



Aloe 'Christmas Carol'


Aloe dichotoma
Quiver Tree
 


Aloe ferox
 
Red Aloe

 


Aloe 'Hercules'

Aloe marlothii
Mountain Aloe

Aloe 'Pink Blush'

Aloe spectabilis

 

Aloe variegata 'Partridgebreast'

Aloe vera
Medicinal Aloe
 

Aloe - Local unknown
   

 

 


 

* The term SaddleBrooke  is meant to be inclusive of HOA 1, HOA 2 (including the Preserve) and SaddleBrooke Ranch.

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