Cylindrical dark green succulent with fleshy tufts
We have the plant featured in the lower left corner of this picture:
Picture of Aloe polyphylla and other cacti and succulents;
That's the cylindrical, dark green plant with fleshy "tufts." I have been trying to figure out the light and soil requirements of this plant. It seems to do very poorly in dry, sunny conditions.
Drought Smart Plants reply:
Considering that it's growing with Aloe polyphylla in this picture, it's a surprise that it doesn't thrive in the same conditions. In the picture which is taken in a nursery in Yorkshire, the plants all seem to be doing extremely well. Is it possible that these in particular do better with less intense sun and more moisture?
I'm sorry I don't recognize your plant to give you a name - off to do more research!