This plant has no fragrance
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Tidmarshii Aloe Overview
This aloe is related to the climbing aloe (Aloe ciliaris). In gardens, it is best planted as a shrublet in full sun. It is considered to be one of the most vigorous climbing aloes. It is very drought tolerant, but can also be planted in high rainfall regions. The bright red flowers will attract sunbirds as they are pollinated by them.
Common problems with Tidmarshii Aloe
Generally pest and disease free
How to harvest Tidmarshii Aloe
Fruit should be fully mature after flowering before they are harvested. Seed heads should be bagged to capture ripening seed.
How to propagate Tidmarshii Aloe
Sowing time Spring/Summer; Sowing depth is shallow 1-2mm; Germination time - Three weeks. Plant out when plants are large enough to handle.
Branch cuttings can simply be planted in a potting container or directly into the garden.
Special features of Tidmarshii Aloe
Sunbirds are attracted by the nectar produced by the flowers.
Fleshy roots hold water during dry times.