This prolifically-flowering, pot plant sized little cultivar will reward its owner with a long season of baby pink flowers throughout the winter months. Multiple, branched inflorescences carry the amazingly long racemes. The plant is stem-less. The greenish leaves have soft white spines and isolated white spots, mostly on the underside.
Some stem shoots may develop and most of these are best removed. Two or three shoots can be left on the plant provided the owner can keep them free of aphids (always a problem with small, stem-less aloes). These shoots grow up to be fully-fledged, flowering rosettes.
I recently allowed a number of shoots to develop on a ‘Baby Blush’ in open planting because I was afraid I was losing the main plant (a dog sat on it!). It recovered beautifully, and although I had to watch for ants and aphids constantly it is now (approaching midwinter) a cluster of flowering rosettes. It would seem that it is worth ignoring one’s own advice once in a while.
Updated 10 June 2019