Aloe arborescens (scientific name:Aloe arborescens) is a succulent plant family asphodelaceae native to South Africa. 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.
Common name: Aloe,
Scientific name:Aloe arborescens ,
Other name: kidachirocai (Roh of Grove), 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: 1, number of pistils: 1, flower diameter:1~1.5cm, flower color: Orange, flowering: 11-next March, fruit type: capsule and ripens fruit, uses: ornamental and garden plant, edible, medicinal