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Large, slower-growing Safari Orange Aloe is a hybrid developed by Quinton Bean and Andy de Wet in Linbro Park, Republic of South Africa. In the U.S., Monrovia grows three of the Safari series hybrids of aloes in 4 states (California, Connecticut, Georgia and Oregon). Safaris are tough, drought-tolerant aloes resistant to aloe mites. Safari Orange has gray-green, 3 foot long inclined leaves that curve outward at the tips. It flowers in fall and winter with a vibrant cluster of orange flowers on the top third of 2 foot tall stems. It tolerates short frosts to 23°F.

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