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PostSubject: For the Aloe lovers...   For the Aloe lovers... EmptyFri Oct 10, 2008 7:51 am

I had never seen either of these in flower before, and as with many other species in the genus, they are exquisite.

barbadensis and plicatilis.
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PostSubject: Re: For the Aloe lovers...   For the Aloe lovers... EmptyFri Oct 10, 2008 12:33 pm

Way to go CP Very Happy

Love the A. plicatilis can only hope mine are old enough to flower. You actually made me run outside and check my biggest one.....and nothing... Laughing

The barbadensis colouring is great and a yellow flowering one at that. I see you have neither in the ground yet or are they staying in the pots Question
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PostSubject: Re: For the Aloe lovers...   For the Aloe lovers... EmptySat Oct 11, 2008 5:57 am

like the plicatilis ones, hope mine flower this year, it seems to be big enuf. Maybe mine are 'late bloomers'? lol
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PostSubject: Re: For the Aloe lovers...   For the Aloe lovers... EmptySun Oct 12, 2008 2:34 pm

parrotsheaven wrote:
Way to go CP Very Happy

Love the A. plicatilis can only hope mine are old enough to flower. You actually made me run outside and check my biggest one.....and nothing... Laughing

The barbadensis colouring is great and a yellow flowering one at that. I see you have neither in the ground yet or are they staying in the pots Question
Both of these will remain as pot specimens betty, I'm not sure how plicatilis would go in the ground here. I do have a barbadensis in the ground here, and it is as big or bigger than my pot specimen, but no flowers, ...I wonder if the wet feet in winter has something to do with that.

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like the plicatilis ones, hope mine flower this year, it
seems to be big enuf. Maybe mine are 'late bloomers'? lol
Never know, they may do something for you yet!

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Quite lovely Very Happy
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