Aloe comosa

Aloe comosa or locally known as the ‘Clanwilliam Aloe’ is hardly known in cultivation. It only occurs just north of the town of Clanwilliam and in sheltered kloofs bordering on the Ceres Karoo. It was discovered in the Olifants River Valley in 1905, and it is still unclear who discovered the plant and brought it to the attention of the botanical world, but it is classified as rare in its natural habitat. Pollination is done mainly by bees, and super interesting, it is possible that some evening moths could pollinate this species too

Aloe comosa

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