Aloe barberae (formerly A. bainesii)

Aloe barberae, formerly known as A. bainesii, is another spectacular tree-form aloe. It is multi-branching with rosettes of fleshy leaves forming at the ends of the branches. It grows up to 30 feet tall and blooms in mid to late winter with pink flowers.

Growing conditions

Light: Full sun

Hardiness: 25-30 degrees Fahrenheit

Maintenance considerations

Remove dead leaves and flower spikes to keep the plant looking tidy. Grows well in containers.

Companion plants

Use this as a tree-like specimen in the garden and surround with smaller species, from 4 inches to 5 feet in height. 


Collections: Aloe, Large Succulent Specimen Plants

Type: Unknown Type