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Aloe variegata “Partridge Breast”
Origin: South Africa
Flower: Rose-Pink
Description: Grows up to 10 inches tall and 6 inches wide. Leaves have distinctive white spots against its dark green color. The spots appear to resemble those on a partridge breast, which gives this plant its most used common name. When given less water and more sun, this Aloe will have red edges on its leaves.
Sun: Filtered sun
Water: Once every ten days outdoors and once a month indoors.
Frost: 20-25° F

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ARTIST: NICOLAI HEIDLAS
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