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Aloe sinkatana

Aloe sinkatana is noted for the flat topped flower spikes. Flower color for spikes varies from all yellow to a pinkish orange fading to yellow. Aloe sinkatana leaves are about an inch wide with spots. Leaf color varies from green to reddish dependent on water availability and exposure. With more sun the hook edged leaves take on a reddish hue. Aloe sinkatana foliage grows to about a foot tall and flower spikes top out at 18-24". Aloe sinkatana is very drought tolerant and is succeptable to over-watering. Aloe sinkatana is native to Sudan, reportedly from one population at 3000 feet elevation. Aloe sinkatana is Winter hardy into the mid to high 20°s F

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Aloe sinkatana flowers

Aloe sinkatana leaves