is an extremely rare, relatively stemless aloe, usually solitary. Its leaves form a dense rosette, color ranging from orange to reddish orange/green with
orange teethed margins. In flower it features 1-3 inflorescences, usually simple, rarely branching. Aloe decurva flowers are set
in the plant in a downward curved dense raceme, bright red to orange-red in color. The name decurva refers to the downward curve of the plantís
is in a very restricted habitat, only on the steep rocky slopes of Zembe Mountain in Mozambique, at 3000-4000 feet in altitude.