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Aloiampelos tenuior

Formerly Aloe tenuior but moved to the Aloiampelos genus in 2013 (meaning climbing aloe).
Tenuior means very thin referring to the slender branches.
This small to medium-sized rambling aloe that is indigenous to the Eastern Cape can be found in the Indigenous Garden. It can grow to 3m but will need support from its surroundings.
Although it can flower all year long, its showiest time is in the summer months.

Family Name:
Common Name:
the fence aloe, slender aloe (Eng.); rankaalwyne (Afr.); iKhalana (Xhosa)
Plant Height:
3 m
Flower Colour:
Yellow Red Orange
Flowering Time:
January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December