Sunbird Aloes will leave you in awe

Sunbird Aloes have nothing in common with medicinal cultivars. Instead, Mr. Leo Thamm spent decades of extensive breeding and designed them to impress with their flowers’ colors.

Most varieties can withstand extreme drought and heat and light frost. Therefore, they are, as for professionals as for young gardeners, a confident choice of high-performing plants because they need minimal care to thrive. In addition, these varieties are a viable water-wise option for an ecological landscape with high durability.

There are many colors and sizes, but they all need light and well-drained soil to bloom. Here are four groups so you can choose the one that meets your needs.

1. Miniatures
The miniatures bloom very quickly and en masse, even in small pots. Easy choice for home decoration, and when they are old enough, they are transferred to the flowerbed with the same ease. Miniatures include ‘Cupid,’ ‘Emerald,’ and ‘Mountain Gem.’

2. Small
A more comprehensive range of color options is ideal for planting in larger pots or directly in the garden/flowerbed. You will find ‘Andrea’s Orange,’ ‘Bright Spark,’ ‘Meringue,’ and ‘Sunbird’ in this group.

3. Medium
The group designed to have larger flowers than the previous two is a  choice for planting in soil or large pots. With rich foliage and color options, this group includes ‘Borealis,’ ‘Toffee Apple,’ ‘Nugget,’ ‘Ember,’ and ‘Red Ivory.’

4. Large
The series with giant Aloes for gardening is an easy and long-lasting solution with the bare minimum water needs. They can reach 1.50 meters in height and have a guaranteed dense flowering. The varieties available are ‘Erik the Red,’ ‘Giza,’ and ‘Gold Mine.’

For more information:
Marathon Plants 



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