Aloe arborescens

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    Aloe arborescens @ Kikukawa ,Sumidaku,Tokyo,Japan
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    Aloe arborescens @ Kikukawa ,Sumidaku,Tokyo,Japan

Basic information

Flower Name
Aloe arborescens
Formal Name
Aloe arborescens
Alias
Aloe, Krantz aloe, candelabra aloe
Habitat
South Africa
Morph
Semi cold years grass

Comment

What is Aloe arborescens

Aloe arborescens (scientific name:Aloe arborescens) is a succulent plant of the family Asphodelaceae native to South Africa. In 2016, it was changed the family of from Xanthorrhoeaceae to Asphodelaceae. Flower inflorescences long stretch, from a multitude of torch-shaped spring in bright orange tubular flowers. Or thorny leaves are edible and medicinal, stomach burns, called popularly keeps the doctor away.From Africa, so strong in the heat and dryness, but vulnerable to cold and frost.
As representative varieties of aloe, in addition to this Kidachiaro, there is Aloe vera (scientific name: Aloe vera).

Common name: Aloe arborescens, Scientific name: Aloe arborescens ,Other name: Aloe, doctor no, Krantz aloe, candelabra aloe, Origin: South Africa, height: 100-200 cm, leaf, Sword-shaped, leaf arrangement: triangular-shaped teeth and tips of spines, flowers: racemes, flowers high: 20 ~ 30 cm Employee number: six have cemented cylindrical flowers, Corolla, cylindrical flowers, flower length: 4 cm, number of stamens: 6, number of pistils: 1, flower diameter:1 to 1.5 cm, flower color: Orange, flowering: November to next March, fruit type: capsule and ripens fruit, uses: ornamental and garden plant, edible, medicinal.

Detailed information

Order
Asparagales
Family
Asphodelaceae
Genus
Aloe
Species
A. arborescens
Flower language
health (Sep 11, Nov 22)
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Racemous Inflorescence
Petal shape
Cylinder
Leaf type
Sword
Leaf edge
Thorn-like
Flowering place
GardenBeachparkPot flower
Color
Red, Orange
Season
JanFebMarNovDec
Height
100 ~ 200 [cm]
Diameter
1 ~ 1.5

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