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Aloe peglerae Schönland
Liliacaea - CITES App. II

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Distribution:  Gauteng (central Transvaal), Aloe peglerae is found on high, rocky, north-facing slopes of the Magaliesberg.

Description:  Plants (40cm) solitary or grow in groups.  Leaves are grey-green and form a compact rosette, which gets a reddish tint in hot dry weather.

Flower:  The flowers are green-cream when they open in July and August.

Common names:  Bergaalwyn, Vuurpylaalwyn.

Propagation:  Seeds and pups.

Photographer: Etwin Aslander of Selecta Succulents - Plant/Seed Source