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It's mid-November and the tree aloes have started blooming early!

The aloes are coming to life as winter rolls in. We are beginning to see some of the major blooms that signify the start of aloe season in earnest.

Aloe ferox is starting to bloom and the color is intensifying.

Aloe ferox

Aloe thraskii continues to flower across the garden.

Aloe thraskii

Aloe volkensii is in early flower production.

Large branching tree aloes are starting to come into bloom!

This Aloe "Hercules F2" was germinated from a solitary seed pod on one of our Aloe Hercules. While Aloe Hercules is a cross between Aloe barberae (Aloidendron barberae) and Aloe dichotoma, the parentage of this F2 cross remain unknown.

Aloe "Hercules F2" is blooming this year.
Even with the flowers it is hard to determine the parentage of the second hybridization.

Aloe tongaensis is starting to bloom as well, and the inflorescences are well developed already!

Aloe tongaensis in bloom
This individual plant is approximately 7' tall and just as wide. This Aloe tongaensis will continue to grow even bigger!

Many smaller Aloes are also showing off, with blooms of all colors coming out as the temperatures drop.

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