Aloe pillansii

This rare and impressive plant is one of the icons of South Africa’s wealth of succulents. Pictures taken on 8 Sept. 2010 at Cornellskop. Notice the misty weather, which plays such an important role for the vegetation here.
The two pictures at the end show young plants, with their leaves still upright rather than spreading.

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One Response to Aloe pillansii

  1. Bishop says:

    Reblogged this on Succulent Funatics and commented:
    Krásná série fotek Aloe pillansii, která stojí za sdílení…

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