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Aloe ortholopha

Aloe ortholopha

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Aloe ortholopha belongs to Liliaceae (the Lily family). It is an evergreen herb that is native to Zimbabwe. This herb grows on serpentine soils and forms a solitary rosette less than 60 cm. The leaves are smooth and glaucous. This aloe is borne flower branches with orange-red flowers which all oriented on one side of the racemes.
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp