This small Malagasy Aloe described as a species in 1998 changed its status in 2010. It is then considered to be a variety of Aloe deltoideodonta then as a subspecies of this group.
The proposed subject grows in the region of Antanimora and Ambovombe in the south of the island.
It is rather slow growing. It emits suckers from the base as it ages. Pretty pink-orange bloom.
From spring to fall, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. Observe a summer rest in the event of strong heat. Light watering in winter.
Well draining. Earth / compost 50%, draining minerals 50%.
Down to 0 ° C dry during winter.