Aloe glauca
“Blue Aloe”

Aloe glauca "Blue Aloe"Aloe glauca "Blue Aloe"
 photos courtesy of CT Johnson


A pretty, powdery-blue, starry Aloe is just the ticket for adding a pop of fun color to your dry garden.  Growing up to 18” wide on short stems, multiple blooming stalks appear late-Winter/Spring with hummingbird attracting salmon-pink flowers. Water wise, this Aloe doesn’t like Summer rain & doesn’t need very much Winter water, so good drainage is the key to success. If you don’t have great drainage, a container with cactus soil will do the trick. Readily produces offshoots for free baby plants. Native to South Africa.

Megan
Plant Nerd

Sun
Low/No Summer Water
drought tolerantdeer resistant

Perennial
USDA Zones 9-11