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  • Carolyn Sansbury

    Shark Aloe features beautiful rosettes accented with dangerous looking white teeth and coral-fringed leaf edges. Gorgeous red flowers appear first in spring then continue through summer into fall. A perfect addition to containers, rock gardens and patios. Heat and drought tolerant. Provide some protection from hot afternoon sun in areas of extreme heat. Should be moved indoors for winter in zones 3 through 8. Ht. 6-8". Blooms late spring to fall.

  • Cheryl Skelton

    Serene Shade Garden Features Fern on Pedestal

  • Natalie Leguillon Tan

    Aloe 'Sal' - Monrovia - Retro Succulents® Sal™ Aloe

  • Neysa Proffitt Brooks

    Retro Succulents® Sal™ Aloe Aloe hybid attracts hummingbirds

  • C8jnb8kr

    Shark aloe plant

  • Sara Valor

    Wow! I like the way this plant looks. This is one plant I definately want for my container #garden. Shark Aloe a Sun Perennial

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