Aloe nobilis is also known as the White Toothed Aloe. Grows into very compact mounds.
Excellent in rock, cactus and succulent gardens, Aloe nobilis is 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. Aloe nobilis’ flowers attract hummingbirds, bees and butterflies.
Aloe nobilis is a small, clumping aloe that produces a colony of 5-6 inch rosettes by suckering profusely. Aloe nobilis is a mounding plant about 18 inches tall and is 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. Aloe nobilis gets its nickname because its teeth glow when backlit 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′ above the leaf rosettes.
Names and Synonyms: Aloe nobilis “White Teeth,” Aloe x nobilis, Aloe mitriformis spinosior, Aloe perfoliata
Common Names: White Toothed Aloe, Noble Aloe
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
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.
There is a minimum purchase of any 4 plants for online orders. All plants shipped bare root. Other sizes may be available for pick up from our growing grounds in Fallbrook, CA. For more information, give us a call at 760-990-4762.
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