Identify Me!

by Donald

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This plant was purchased about a month ago at a bazaar. It has thick leaves with pale green spot-like patterns on both sides. Its height is only about 7 to 8 centimeters (or 3 inches). I live in Singapore which has a tropical weather: hot, humid with occasional showers all year round. I put the plant out for the morning sun everyday and feed it a small amount of water once a week.

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Feb 01, 2011
From Robyn
by: Anonymous

This is an Aloe variegata from Namibia and South Africa. This plant can be difficult to grow in a tropical climate. Robyn

Feb 07, 2011
Aloe variegata
by: Ronaele

Aloe variegata. I have been growing several of these lovely Aloes outdoors for the past 5 years, planted in the ground in my Victoria, B.C. garden in a well draining, raised rockery. They are in a sheltered spot, facing east but are not artificially protected from the weather. Aloe aristata (aka century plant) is also hardy in my garden and blooms beautifully every spring.

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