Aloe Squarrosa is a clump-forming succulent. The word squarrosa comes from the Latin 'squarrosus', or 'rough', referring to the rough leaf surface. Aloe Squarrosa has thick and fleshy leaves with serrated edges and small white teeth that grow in an upright rosette. Although hardier than many aloes, it’s best grown as a houseplant or in a greenhouse.
This plant will be happy in a freely draining soil mix and placed in bright but indirect sunlight. Water when the soil is dry. Withold watering in Autumn/Winter.
The pot size is 10cm and the plant measures around 10-15cm