SpecificationsAloe 'Southern Cross' forms incredible pale yellow flower clusters that open simultaneously in mid winter giving an eye catching display of colour. This medium sized Aloe has grey leaves with red decorative edging which the stemming shoots are capable of branching out to form a shrub. Aloe 'Southern Cross' is well suited for uses such as mass plantings, rockeries, containers or as feature plants. This plant prefers to be positioned in areas of full sun with well drained soils. Aloe 'Southern Cross' is equipped with a moderate frost tolerance, as well as withstanding high levels of rain. It is a tough perennial and can thrive in harsh landscaping conditions. Aloe Southern Cross does prefer occasional watering, particularly during summer months and is a watrerwise plant. Aloe Southern Cross can grow to a height of 80 centimetres with a width of 60 centimetres.
Common Name Aloe Plant Type Coastal, Evergreen, Outdoor, Perennial, Shrub, Succulent, Verge Dimensions 80cm high x 60cm wide Sunlight Full Sun Bird/Wildlife Attracting Yes Flower Colour Pale Yellow Foliage Colour Green Flowering Season Autumn, Winter Botanical Genus Aloe Botanical Species hybrid PBR Flower Type Tubular - The Corolla Forms A Tube Foliage Type Acicular - Needle Shaped/Rosette Of Thickened Fleshy Leaves Market Name Aloe-Aloe Southern Cross (PBR) Width 60 cm Height 80 cm
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