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(Zone 6b)
Jun 17, 2012 9:11 AM CST
i have 3 Aloes i need to trade , dont know what kind they are , but there not the common kind . i,m looking for other succulents and cactus .Thumb of 2012-06-17/Nlb59/f1a24d
this is picture of Mother plant , its dark looking cause it was in the sun , but its nice and green now.
Name: Lin
Sebastian, Florida (Zone 10a)

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Nov 8, 2012 12:00 PM CST
I don't know if anyone has taken you up on your offer yet but I hope so! This is Aloe maculata, commonly called the Soap Aloe; a great plant, and very easy to grow!

Aloe maculata is common here in Florida and when planted in the ground will multiply quickly and spread for a nice ground cover. When grown in full sun they will turn darker and reddish in color. When planted in a container they seem to grow tall but in ground they have a more spreading habit. This is a great plant to have around for minor scrapes and burns! I've grown it for many years and can't imagine being without one. If I burn myself in the kitchen I immediately go out and cut a stem of this aloe, snip off the thorns, slit the leaf/stem along the side and rub the aloe juice on the burn ... it works like a charm taking the sting out of a burn. *** Warning **** Use for MINOR burns only! If you get a serious burn you should seek medical attention immediately!!

For more information on this plant here's a link to the entry for this Aloe in the database: Soap Aloe (Aloe maculata)

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(Zone 6b)
Nov 12, 2012 2:04 PM CST
thanks you for your reply plantladylin , i,m so happy to now have a name for my Aloe.
it has young on it now almost as big as Mother , would never know i repot it back in the summer
and took young off it . Thanks Again for info .

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