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You know I'm an internationalist so this is very exciting for me...I'm looking my habitat with diferent eyes.
lizbeth, there are nearly 500 species of Aloe, so sometimes determining the exact species if very difficult, especially without flowers. This seems to be doing well for being in your garage. jg, it's always good to branch out. Any ID help is good.
Thanks, Dan. Maybe I should keep to my moths... :)
Thanks Dandoucette and Jgorneau.
Wow! thanks, it's exiting to know it's not so simple to find out what kind of Aloe is. And It's in my garage.
This is an Aloe, but it's not A. vera. I don't know which species this is but the underside of the leaves has too many thorns to be A. vera.
Aloe vera plant?
Spotted on Jul 4, 2012 Submitted on Jul 4, 2012