SpecificationsA favourite amongst gardeners, Aloe 'Topaz' provides long lasting flowering and takes up little space. This succulent forms beautiful pink-orange flowers that bloom high above the spiky green foliage, and last from mid-summer to early winter. Aloe 'Topaz' 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 to semi-shade, with well drained soils. Aloe 'Topaz' 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 Topaz does prefer occasional watering, particularly during summer months, and is a waterwise plant. Aloe Topaz can grow to a height of 30 centimetres with a width of 20 centimetres.
Common Name Aloe Plant Type Coastal, Evergreen, Outdoor, Perennial, Shrub, Succulent, Verge, Vertical Gardens Dimensions 30cm high x 20cm wide Sunlight Full Sun Bird/Wildlife Attracting Yes Flower Colour Orange Foliage Colour Green Flowering Season Autumn, Summer 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 Topaz (PBR) Width 20 cm Height 30 cm
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