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aes239

I have a tiny farmhouse in rural PA w/ lots of fields & forest... I enjoy being surrounded by as many plants as possible, both outdoors & in my home!

Aristaloe Aristata (formerly Aloe Aristata)

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aes239

#succulents #aloe #lacealoe #pups

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aes239

The original lace aloe (now the ancestor of six additional plants) fall 2015 #succulent #aloe #lacealoe

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aes239

First lace aloe as a baby in 2015 #succulent #aloe #lacealoe

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aes239

@rainygirl70 Haha, that's awesome... always a good way to kill time! 😉

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aes239

Suddenly started growing 3 pups!

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uaskigyrl

Where are the pups?

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aes239

@uaskigyrl They're growing out around the base... 1 off to the right, 2 more poking out thru the bottom leaves on each side ☺

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aes239

One is at the very edge, in the darker bottom border of the photo, not easy to see

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uaskigyrl

Oh, i see it!

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alovealoe

I like this plant. I have one. It did nothing for the longest time then boom all of a sudden it started growing and pups appeared.

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aes239

#succulent #aloe #lacealoe

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aes239

#succulent #cutting #aloe #lacealoe

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aes239

#succulent #aloe #lacealoe

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aes239

#succulentsunday

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aes239

#macro

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aes239

Does this pic (same plant, grown up) still look more like the etiolated lace aloe? Thank u for being so helpful! @alovealoe

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alovealoe

It could also be a hybrid aloe. How much light does it get?

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aes239

They're both mainly indoors under a fluorescent light @alovealoe

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alovealoe

I'm thinking it's a gasteraloe. There's so many variations so I don't know exact cultivar. The light green in the center of the plant is usually an indicator that the plant needs more light. Also the plant appears to be stretching up while aloes and hybrids tend to be more compact.

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aes239

#succulent #aloe #lacealoe

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