Aloe plants have become my favorites because of their toughness, economy of form and sprays of bright flowers. Where I live the nurseries are not concerned with plant names. If you know the name of one of my Aloes please let me know.
In my Aloes the leaves sometimes show cristate tissue but mostly the flowers are affected. It can be interesting as in this astounding 360 but mostly the cristations are just tumorlike masses.
I cut off the flower spike when I see the tissue starting. I wonder if I should remove the whole rosette?
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