- Flower nameAloe vera
- Scientific nameAloe vera
- AliasAloe barbadensis, Aloe vera
- Place of originNorth Africa
- Place of floweringGarden, Potted flower, Ornamental plants
- Flowering seasonMay
What is Aloe vera
Aloe vera (scientific name: Aloe vera) is a succulent plant native to the Canary Islands in North Africa, belonging to the genus Aloe in the family Asphodelaceae. It has short stems and rhizomatous leaves that emerge from near the ground in numerous overlapping clusters. In spring, it produces many yellow tubular flowers in torch-like inflorescences from short flower stalks. The flowers are beautiful and are used as an ornamental. It is larger, heavier and thicker than Aloe Araborescens or Kidachi Aloe (Scientific name: Aloe arborescens), and is used for food and medicinal purposes. It is used for food and medicinal purposes. The species name "Aloe" is from the Arabic word "alloeh" (bitter) and the species name is from the Latin word "vera" (truth).
Common name: Aloe vera, Scientific name: Aloe vera, synonim: Aloe barbadensis , Other name: doctor no, krantz aloe, candelabra aloe, Place of Origin: Canary Islands in North Africa , Plant height: 60 to 100 cm, leaf width: 10 cm, leaf thickness: 3 cm, leaf shape: sword shape, leaf order: leaves overlap, flower shape: petal inflorescence, inflorescence height: 30 to 40 cm, flowers Flower color: yellow, flowering period: May, application: ornamental, garden plant, edible, for flower color: flower length: 4 cm, flower size: 1 cm, flower color: yellow flowering period .