Cactus and Succulents - Part Sun

Aloe “Minnie Belle”

Hybrid

Small, apple-green rosettes. Will form decent clusters. Vigorous marginal teeth. Moderately spotted. Prefers less than full sun even at the coast.

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 “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 arborescens “Variegata”

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

Aloe aristata

Aristaloe aristata

Stemless rosettes to 6″ across; Bright orange/peach flowers on 2ft bloomstalk.

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

Aloe bulbillifera var. paulianae

Solitary and stemless, about 2 ft across with 2ft tall bloom stalks topped with bright orange flowers in winter, and plantlets along the bloom stalk. Coastal sun; shade further inland.

Aloe cameronii

Fast growing succulent shrub with numerous green leaves that turn bright red in full sun; less water will also provoke red in the leaves.  Orange-red blooms in winter.

Aloe classenii

Low growing Aloe, creeps along the ground. Wide pointed green leaves with marginal teeth shows reddish blush in sun. Pink flowers in winter.

Aloe dichotoma

Namaqualand, South Africa. Stunning tree aloe with caudex trunk, multi-branched to 25ft in habitat. Yellow blooms. Smooth trunked. While cold-hardy, we have had more success growing this indoor in the San Francisco Bay Area, from seedlings to larger specimens.

Aloe dinteri

Stemless rosettes; dark leaves w/bands of white spots

Aloe distans

Scrambling Aloe with thick green leaves lined with yellow teeth. Each stem can reach over 3ft long with a 5in wide rosette at the end. Coral-pink flowers in late summer through fall.

 

Aloe dorotheae

Rosettes clumping to 20″, marginal spines; Red in sun. Protect from heavy frost.

Aloe ferox

Single large toothy rosette on tall stalk, outdoor up to 8ft.

Aloe hereroensis

Stemless solitary rosette to 20″ across; orange blooms; S. Africa

Aloe kedongensis

Upright growing with multiple stems, sometimes laying over prostrate with new stems appearing and growing up.

 

Aloe longistyla

Solitary stemless aloe to 10″. Prefers full sun, little water