Aloe Charles. This is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular large aloes available. The abundant racemes of Charles are strong red to white bi-colour that are simply breathtaking. It grows easily and would generally become single-stemmed with several dichotomous branches. It is perfect for making a statement en masse or as a specimen in a large rockery or design. The peak flowering time is early July to early August (in South Africa). Highly resistant to most Aloe diseases.
Aloe Majestic is a large single stemmed Aloe that can branch dichotomously with age. ‘Majestic’ produces an unbelievable amount of inflorescences with bi-coloured pastel orange to yellow flowers. ‘Majestic’ is an easy to grow plant with a moderate to fast growth rate. ‘Majestic’ has good resistance to Aloe cancer.
Aloe Koeleman's Red. This is an attractive large aloe that produces a spectacular mass of red flowers in winter and pairs well with the similar but equally amazing ‘Koeleman’s Orange’. ‘Koeleman’s Red’ is particularly disease resistant and is the perfect aloe for making a statement either in a large garden or as a specimen. The peak flowering time is early July to early August (in South Africa).
Aloe Bushwhacker has an abundance of pink to creamy white flowers that are produced in late May to June. This remarkably showy medium sized aloe grows at a relatively fast rate and is great as an individual, but looks even better in a pot or when planted in masse. ‘Bushwhacker’ has a high resistance to most aloe diseases.
Aloe Havenga's Pride. The best attributes of ‘Havenga’s Pride’ are its ability to flower all year round and its brightly bi-coloured blooms which are uniquely attractive. Continuous flowering also contributes to sustaining a food source for insects and birds. It is well suited to small gardens and mass planting as well as container gardening. Excellent disease resistance!
Aloe Andy’s Red is a vigorous and spectacular form of red Aloe arborescens. It produces many inflorescences and young plants also flower well. Peak flowering time is from late May/early June to late July (in South Africa).
Aloe Egoli is a medium sized aloe with spectacular bright yellow flowers. Plants grow easily and will start flowering when still young. It produces many inflorescences to produce a unique show of yellow. Egoli flowers from May to July.
Aloe Bafana. Its green leaves and masses of bright flowers made ‘Bafana’ a perfect choice for us to support our soccer team in the 2010 World Cup. It is a spectacular aloe that is a vigorous grower and has a high resistance to aloe cancer and most Aloe diseases. It is however slightly more susceptible to frost damage. ‘Bafana’ flowers twice a year. By far the best Aloe to attract sunbirds
Aloe Hedgehog. This Aloe has become a real winner in the South African horticultural industry. It is an aloe that is imminently suited to small gardens and mass planting as well as container gardening. Hedgehog is a very fast growing aloe. The peak flowering time is from early July to late August (in South Africa). Hedgehog is a selected hybrid made up by using four different aloe species.
Aloe Baby Cloud is a stemless Aloe with interesting spotted foliage and is suitable for mass or group plantings. Baby Cloud produces well-branched inflorescences bearing a cloud of pink flowers. It has a medium growth rate, and is resistant to Aloe cancer. Baby Cloud was bred to be an improvement on wild type maculate Aloes (spotted Aloes), and will be a welcome addition to any garden.
Aloe Little Joker. This aloe is well suited to small gardens and mass planting and container gardening. It is an easy, fast growing aloe. Peak flowering time is from April to June. ‘Little Joker’ is a selected hybrid made up by using eight different aloe parents. Under certain growing conditions may be susceptible to Aloe cancer.
Aloe Koeleman's Orange. This is an attractive large aloe that produces a spectacular mass of orange flowers in winter and pairs well with the similar but equally amazing ‘Koeleman’s Red’. ‘Koeleman’s Orange’ is particularly disease resistant and is the perfect aloe for making a statement either in a large garden or as a specimen. The peak flowering time is early July to early August (in South Africa).
Aloe Bountiful Bronny. This small aloe has attractive bi-coloured pink to creamy white flowers. It’ is a medium to fast growing aloe. ‘Bountiful Bronny’ has a neat full rosette of attractive grey leaves. It is an Aloe that is well suited to small gardens and mass planting as well as container gardening.
Aloe Little Jewel. This Aloe is well suited to small gardens and mass planting as well as container gardening. ‘Little Jewel’ is a medium to fast growing aloe that grows like a ground cover. It flowers throughout the year. ‘Little Jewel’ has striking bright green foliage and loose red to yellow bi-coloured flowers. Extremely disease resistant.
Aloe Firechief. The spectacular bright red flowers of Firechief have made it very popular! It starts flowering when young, it is moderately fast growing and individual plants normally become bushy. Peak flowering time is mid June to late July, but random flowering can also occur throughout the year.