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Rare aloe species - drought-resistant plants that will look beautiful in a succulent plant garden. Aloe species require little water and grow well in pots, making them ideal additions to your drought-resistant plant garden or xeriscape design. The rare and distinctive aloe species listed below are ones we've largely grown from seed.
Click on a photo or link below to explore these Aloe Species rarities!
Please Note: Because all Aloes (other than Aloe vera) are classified as Endangered Species we are not shipping Aloes to locations outside the USA. If you purchase an Aloe requesting shipment outside the USA, we will cancel your order and refund it, minus transaction costs.
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You’ll notice we list and price cycads by their caudex size (diameter in inches). The caudex is a cycad’s woody, bulblike trunk. Caudex diameter is a good measure of a cycad's age. The chart below can give you a rough idea of how this translates to pot size.
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Cycads and Aloes are sold for domestic USA use only. If you plan to export cycads, aloes, or cycad seeds,
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