Aloe nobilis

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  • Aloe nobilis
  • Aloe nobilis has heads that grow into compact mounds.
  • Aloe nobilis leaf closeup.
  • Nice white thorns on leaf edges.

1 Gallon $6.50 $5.00

Minimum purchase of any 4 plants for online orders.

All plants shipped bare root in one-gallon sizes.
Other sizes may be available for pick up from

our growing grounds in Fallbrook, 
CA.

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Aloe nobilis

  • Names and Synonyms:  
    Aloe nobilis "White Teeth," Aloe x nobilis, Aloe mitriformis spinosior, Aloe perfoliata
  • Common Names:  
    White Toothed Aloe, Noble Aloe
  • Family:  
    Aloeaceae
  • Origin:  
    South Africa. This aloe is thought to be a cross of Aloe mitriformis and Aloe brevifolia and does not occur naturally.
  • Size Label:  
    1 Gallon
  • Height:  
    1-2'
  • Width:  
    1-2'
  • Cold Tolerance:  
    20 to 25°F, -6.7 to -3.9°C
  • Heat Tolerance:  
    Very high
  • Light Requirement:  
    Full sun to very light shade in hot interior or desert climates
  • Water needs:  
    Extremely drought tolerant
  • Maintenance:  
    Remove offsets and spent flower spikes as desired
  • Uses:  
    Excellent in rock, cactus and succulent gardens. Good for xeriscaping as well and can be used as a dry ground cover. Combine it with winter blooming aloes for a longer show of flowers. Flowers attract hummingbirds, bees and butterflies.
  • Propagation:  
    Remove and replant offsetting stems. Collect and plant seeds after flowering.
  • Special notes:  
    This is a smaller clumping aloe which produces a colony of 5-6 inch rosettes by suckering profusely. The mounding plant is about 18 inches tall and composed of fleshy green leaves that have a rose tint on the tips and white, sharp but flexible teeth running mostly along the leaf margins. The teeth glow when backlight by sunlight. Aloe nobilis makes a nice dry ground cover that puts on a solid floral display in summer with red-orange flower spikes rising 1 to 2 feet above the leaf rosettes.