Aloe Ramosissima - Succulent - Maidens Quiver Tree
Aloe Ramosissima, a large tree Aloe, is native to Namibia and Southern Africa known locally as Kokerboom, or Quiver Tree.
Although still a succulent, it takes on a more tree like form, with trunk, branches and more typical fleshy leaves.
Considered a variant of Aloe Dichotoma, the only difference between the 2 species is that A Ramosissima will form branches at ground level.
Very drought tolerant when older, and a winter grower.
Growing up to 2 meters tall, with an impressive crown of leaves makes this a most spectacular plant to grow. Fairly slow growing, it may take many years to get to this size. Still, an impressive succulent for your collection!
Frost tender, keep above 10°C