Cactus and Succulents - Full Sun

Aloe “Brown-Powys 21”

Broad, spotted, green leaves turn rust red in full sun. Orange blooms in spring. Will get about 12″ across, and form larger clusters.

Aloe “Coral Fire”

Hybrid, 1 to 2 foot clusters of 8″ rosettes have bright coral-colored teeth that grow darker with age. Orange flowers in winter.

Aloe “Cynthia Giddy”

A small clumping aloe with clusters of medium rosettes with recurved leaves. Blooms in Fall/Winter on large branching stalks of orange tubular flowers.

Aloe “Delta Lights”

Strongly spotted variegated leaves are green in shade and white in full sun, can get a pinkish tinge on the edges. Rosettes to 10″, clumps to 3 feet across.

Aloe “Hellskloof Bells”

A. pearsonii x A. distans

Upright stems to 2ft, small rosettes. Dark green leaves will turn bright red in full sun. Large flower sprays, pendant bell-like blooms light pink.

Aloe “Hercules”

A. bainesii x dichotoma

Fast growing to 20ft. w/thick trunk and peeling bark. Forms a canopy of few branches with large rosettes. Salmon flowers in Spring, can re-bloom in Fall. Originally placed into tissue culture for the trade by Rancho Soledad Nursery.

Aloe “Medusa”

A. tongaensis “Medusa”

Slow growing, hardy tree aloe. Thick trunk with many branches topped with rosettes of pale green recurved leaves. Blooms in fall and winter with orange flowers.

Aloe “Topaz”

A tall thin-leafed dark green grassy aloe. 18″ clumps with 2 to 3 ft. bloom stalks, orange flowers in summer and winter.

Aloe “Viper”

Small clumping hybrid to 12″ w/serrated pink edges, dark leaves and pink spots.

Aloe “Walmsley’s Blue”

A chalky blue compact vertical rosette, tightly clumping. Bright orange flowers in late winter through spring. Narrow leaves turn darker in full sun.

Aloe “Wrasse”

Miniature aloe with striking markings. Part of the Fish series of Aloe hybrids.

Aloe aculeata

Large solitary rosettes, very spiny leaves. Tall spikes of orange flowers.

Aloe acutissima

3-4 feet fast growing succulent shrub with numerous blue-green leaves. Orange-red blooms in winter.

Aloe africana

Single stemmed to 12ft. with a solitary rosette. Thick curved leaves with marginal spines. Great in coastal climates. Dried leaves can be pulled off the trunk as it grows.

Aloe arborescens “Variegata”

Densely growing succulent with many 18” rosettes. Narrow recurved soft toothed leaves are pale green with stripes of yellow and cream.

Aloe bakeri

Small, shrubby, spidery arms, shade tolerant

Aloe barberae

A. bainesii
Branching tree to 50’+ tall, trunks to 10′ dia.; dark green recurved leaves

Aloe bowiea

Dwarf aloe with dull green flowers. Stemless and clump-forming