Snowflake Aloe (Aloe rauhii): The mother of many hybrids, Snowflake is emblematic of the mottled "mosaic" pattern sought by many Aloe enthusiasts. This green and white species tends to have thinner, more narrow leaves and can tolerate low light conditions, though in bright sun it can flush violet or bronze. Snowflake Aloe stays nice and small in a pot but can develop into mounding clumps as it produces new offsets around its base. The offsets can be removed and transplanted or left to cluster. In winter or spring, the plant can send up a bloom stalk over a foot tall from which dangle coral, bell-shaped flowers that attract pollinators.