Aloe 'Coral Fire'

Size: 4"

Aloe 'Coral Fire' features rich green leaves accented by light green, dash-shaped marks and coral-hued teeth around the margins, the largest of which are rectangular in shape rather than pointed, making ‘Coral Fire’ a show-stopping succulent. While the teeth look fearsome, they are actually soft to the touch. The upright growth of this variety can reach up to 12 inches high and 8 inches wide, with coral flowers rising above the leaves during the winter months.

A very forgiving plant, ‘Coral Fire’ can tolerate partial shade, but brighter lighting will ensure the richest coloration and healthiest growth. Its biggest nemesis is standing water around its roots, so take care to provide this variety with a porous soil mixture within a well-draining pot, and ensure that there is ample airflow around the leaves and soil surface to ward off dampness. Water thoroughly but infrequently, as the fleshy leaves store a significant quantity of water for the plant. While this Aloe can survive temperatures down to 40 degrees, it prefers warmer temperatures and should be shielded from frost.

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    For more information on how to care for Aloe, please check out our Aloe-specific care guide!