Aloe arborescens27 September 2020 ❤ 0
Aloe arborescens is a flowering plant that lives more than two years making them Perennial plants, moreover, as they belong to the aloe family so there specialty is being succulent, the property of being fleshy from the inside primarily to store water for surviving in dry and humid areas.
This plant is a treat for gardeners. Why? Because it is long-living, it produces flowers, fleshy and gel containing leaves, and vibrant flowers blooming in winters.
The word arboscens means Tree-like. This plant can grow and reach a height of two to three meters. Like the aloe Vera, its gel is very watery but also contains a bluish shade or tint to it. It also has spikes/small thorns on either side of the leaf which are arranged in a specific pattern called Rosettes.
This plant is primarily present in the south-eastern parts of Africa including countries like South Africa, Zimbabwe, Malawi, and Mozambique.