Aloe cooperi
“Grass Aloe”

Aloe cooperi “Grass Aloe”Aloe cooperi “Grass Aloe”

Easy, lovely in the garden & smaller than most Aloes, Aloe cooperi is hardier than most too – down to 10 degrees F. The blooming stalks grow to 3’ tall & bear very attractive flower heads of 1.5”, green tipped, coral red blooms. The thin leaves are held in a fan shape & are evergreen in milder climates like ours. Aloe cooperi forms offsets freely. The leaves & flowers are eaten by the Zulu people. It is also used traditionally to ease birth.

Annie

Sun

Avg - No water once established

Perennial
USDA Zones 8-11

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