Aloe juvenna "Tiger's Tooth Aloe"

To 12"

Hardy to Zone 9 (20F)

Full to part sun





Another very popular Aloe, “Tiger's Tooth” is considered one of the most attractive Aloe variants because of the striking white spots that dot the spiky leaves, which when stressed turn an awesome red-brown in color.

Aloe plants produce rosettes of all shapes, sizes, and colors, but all share a few basic shapes. Aloe leaves are thick and fleshy, with pointed "teeth" growing along the sides. Aloe plants will not survive a hard freeze, but make attractive countainer plants that like bright indoor light during the winter and filtered sunlight if grown outdoors during the summer. Aloe grow best in a gritty, well-drained soil with deep but infrequent watering. Aloe reproduce by growing offsets from their base (though some spread more readily than others) which can be separated and planted on their own.