A unique succulent whose stems can grow up to six feet (1.82 m) in length, this succulent is easy to identify with its white “teeth” lining the outside of the leaves.
Found in the mountain areas of South Africa, this succulent has become a popular choice for its unique look. They tend to sprawl out in their chosen area and make excellent wall decorations. They’re also extremely hardy plants and can survive hot summers and cold winters! They are a part of the famous Aloe family and have spread throughout the world. The stalk of this plant will grow straight up, but its stems will spread out and form clusters with other closeby Aloe plants.