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3" Aristaloe aristata

This plant was formerly called Aloe aristata but after genetic studies it was found to not actually be as related to aloes as they previously thought, so was moved to its own genus which it is the only species of! This plant has bristly or lacey edges on its thick succulent leaves that grow in a tight-clumping rosette form. With time it will form "pups" and produce new plantlets from the base of the rosette. This plant is extremely drought tolerant and requires high light conditions