It is an hybrid of unknown parents. It has been released for years under the cultivar name ‘Nuda’. The red hues that the plant takes in the sun and its teeth suggest that it could have Aloe dorotheae in its genes. This hybrid is very coughy and quickly forms a compact clump.
From spring to fall, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. Limit watering in summer. Water lightly in winter if it is warm.
Quite draining. 50% soil / compost, 50% draining minerals.
Maximum light. Support full sun.
Down to -0 ° C dry during winter.