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Details:
  • Date Photo Taken

    06 / 07 / 2019

  • Season Photo Was Taken

    Summer

  • Region Photo Was Taken

    Northeast

  • City

    Queens

  • State

    New York

  • Posted by

    Martin Gonzalez

Notes:

I’ve never seen anything like this plant … my guess would be in the cactus/succulent line .. but …

Comments

  • laura735 Master Identifier says:

    Please check out the included link below for tips on how to growing this plant. So sorry, “The leaves are being over exposure with the direct sunlight” I meant whenever we photograph plants with the direct sun light, flash, etc… botanical details will not shown up clearly. Sorry for the confusion. As for plants that grow indoor, depending on the genera, and their locations could result in legginess. But I have not grow this Aloe and don’t have any experience to share. Best wishes to you Martin! Laura https://homeguides.sfgate.com/care-indoor-aloe-plant-44255.html

    June 12th, 2019 at 9:46pm

  • Martin Gonzalez Green Thumb says:

    Wow! I believe you have nailed it! The first one is it … but without those long branches.

    June 10th, 2019 at 8:16pm

  • Martin Gonzalez Green Thumb says:

    Thanks, Laura! I shall move her to a shady windowsill. She hasn’t really got “leaves” as far as I can detect … the branches seem to end in what look to me not unlike tapered alligator/crocodile jaws … complete with Teeth! Though hers are not sharp in the slightest! Cheers! Martin

    June 10th, 2019 at 8:24pm

  • laura735 Master Identifier says:

    More Aloe varieties. When yours blooms and you still don’t know, please make new post with photo of flowers. Laura http://richardsgardencenter.com/succulents.shtml

    June 10th, 2019 at 2:35pm

  • laura735 Master Identifier says:

    The leaves are being over exposure with the direct sunlight. I can’t see the leaves details to tell more. Also without flowers to help narrow down. I could only speculate for now that you might right in: “cactus/succulent line”. I’m guessing and leaning toward succulent, maybe a species or hybrids in the Aloe group. Flowers are needed for the suggesting genus. For now check out these Aloe varieties images from these included link. Best wishes Martin! On the side note. According to sources aloe plants grow inside are becoming leggy (etiolate), in outdoor these plants will have the natural compact forms Link to one of the species Aloe juvenna (Tiger tooth aloe). http://aloealoealoe.blog.fc2.com/img/juvenna_20150530_01.jpg/

    June 10th, 2019 at 2:31pm

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