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Coral Aloe

Plant Sizing Guide

Coral Aloe, scientifically known as Aloe striata, is an enchanting succulent prized for its captivating appearance and ease of cultivation. This evergreen perennial forms rosettes of fleshy, lance-shaped leaves that display a distinctive coral-pink coloration, especially when exposed to sunlight or during periods of stress. The leaves are smooth, without the typical spines found in many aloes, enhancing its soft and inviting aesthetic. Native to South Africa, Coral Aloe is well-suited for arid and semi-arid landscapes, thriving in well-draining soil and basking in full to partial sunlight. In addition to its ornamental value, this aloe may produce tubular coral-colored flowers on tall, slender stalks, attracting pollinators. With its striking color and minimal care requirements, Coral Aloe is a popular choice for water-wise gardens and succulent enthusiasts seeking a vibrant and low-maintenance addition to their outdoor spaces.

Botanical Name  

Aloe striata

Also Known As  

Smooth Edge | Toothless Margins | Coral Red Flowers 


Plant Type  
Native From  
USDA Zone  

Light Needs  
Watering Needs  
Life Cycle  
Avg. Mature Size  
Growth Rate  
Bloom Time  
Flower Color  

Southern African
9 - 11
Partial Sun
3' Tall and 2' Wide


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