Aloe perfoliata, the rubble aloe or mitre aloe, is a hardy creeping aloe, found in rocky, mountainous areas throughout the Western Cape, South Africa.
Aloe perfoliata is a hardy clustering succulent that forms groups of rosettes in small colonies. In its natural habitat, the plants have prostrate, branching stems up to 6.6 feet (2 m) long. Instead of making upright stems, they tend to follow a sprawling habit with prostrate stems reaching up to 6.6 feet (2 m) long. The leaf margins are armed with harmless, little white teeth. The leaves are thick and fleshy and have a bluish green color. The red flowers appear on stalks, which vary from being rounded to being cone-shaped.