8 Different Type Of Aloe Vera Plants Don't Look Boring

8 Different Type Of Aloe Vera Plants Don't Look Boring 

Homiful.com -- Aloevera is a plant with a million benefits. Needless to say, it's a very popular houseplant! Did you know that the aloe plant has various other variants with unique and interesting looks, apart from the ones we usually see every day. Find out what they are, let's check the details below!

Jewel Aloe (Aloe distans)


Jewel aloe may only grow to be 5 inches tall, but that doesn't make it a petite plant. This attractive ground cover may grow to be 5 feet broad and has waxy, triangular leaves. The leaves of Aloe distans seem threatening with sharp teeth, yet their vivid color attracts bees.

Sunset Aloe (Aloe dorotheae)


To get the greatest orange and salmon hues from this bright cultivar, grow Aloe dorotheae in full light. Plant this low-growing aloe in the front of your border or in a container, where it will grow to a maximum height of around 12 inches. Winter flower spikes with orange blossoms and pale green tips might appear.

Tiger Tooth Aloe (Aloe juvenna)


Aloe juvenna has more bark than bite: Yes, the plant's name comes from the toothy edges on its leaves, but the spikes are soft and flexible, giving charm rather than defense. It prefers warm to hot temperatures, like with other aloe species. 

Happy plants generate pup offsets for propagation; in response to full light, the plant turns reddish-brown. Give your tiger tooth aloe summertime in the sun, and it may reward you with long, crimson flower stalks.

Spiral Aloe (Aloe polyphylla)


Although Aloe polyphylla is not the most common kind of aloe, spiral aloe is one of the most photographed due to its enchanting spiral shape. Some botanists believe that organisms develop in spiral forms to maximize light exposure while requiring the least amount of energy to construct the repeating pattern. 

The single rosettes may grow to be 2 feet across but only 1 foot tall, making them a unique specimen for a rock garden, green roof, or poolside container garden.

Aloe Vera (Aloe barbadensis Miller)


Aloe vera is well-known for its ability to relieve sunburn and other skin irritations, and it is truly a tropical succulent. While there are over 300 types of aloe vera, the most common is Aloe barbadensis Miller. It has lance-shaped leaves and spiky blooms, and as the leaves split open, a green gel is shown.

Lace Aloe (Aloe aristata)


Aloe aristata differs from other species of aloe in that it is more cold resistant and requires more shade than others. The lace aloe can withstand temperatures as low as 19 degrees, but it can't tolerate wet conditions, which would cause the plant to rot. Because it's small, you can move the container plant around to protect it when it gets sunburned or cold.

Tiger aloe (Gonialoe variegata)


Tiger aloe gets its name from its eye-catching striped leaves. Gonialoe variegata is a popular option for an indoor house plant because of its bold, graphic leaves, as well as its low-maintenance habit. You can even keep it in a container outside during the warmer months and bring it inside when it gets chilly. From July to September, it blooms with orange and pink flowers.

Golden Toothed Aloe (Aloe nobilis)


With its profuse golden spikes and rose-tipped leaves, Aloe nobilis exudes charm. In very bright light, the medium-sized rosettes could grow reddish-orange bloom spikes. The golden toothed aloe looks great in a mixed dish garden with other succulents.

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Author        : Rieka

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