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This is in the lily family, but that's all i know about it. The pictures are in backwards order of blooming from mid-January back through December.
Picture #6 has seed pods.
definitely an aloe species, so it would be in the asphodelaceae family
Nope, the leave are completely different from Aloe arborescense (Krantz aloe) seen here: http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/819...
If it is aculeata it is often called Red Hot Poker Aloe as its common name which is why it might be thought of as a lily since Red Hot Poker often referred to as Torch Lily is thought of as a lily even though it is not.
Susi T-B can you ID this? I know it looks like an aloe but I'm pretty sure it's in the lily family.
There are thorns on the edges but aculeata has thorns all over the leaf structure.
It is definitely aloe but I doubt that it is aculeata as that is a thorny version of aloe and these leaves do not appear to have any thorns.
Lat: 32.82, Long: -117.13
Spotted on Jan 1, 2012 Submitted on Feb 23, 2012