Lace Aloe is a succulent from the genus Aristaloe family Asphodelaceae. In the wild, it grows in South Africa at an altitude of 300-2125 m above sea level. This pretty greenie is cultivated throughout the world as a houseplant.
Outwardly, Aristaloe aristata is a bushy stemless plant. Lace Aloe has numerous leaves (100-150 per plant). The leaves are elongated, with small white spikes along the edges and white humps on the leaf plate. In late spring, Aristaloe produces a tall inflorescence with orange-red flowers. Under natural conditions, Aristaloe flowers in November.