The striking flowers of this small, pot plant sized aloe hybrid makes it special. The bright pink flowers cluster around compact racemes from branched inflorescences any time from early autumn to midwinter. The racemes are normally carried at a slight angle.
The compact plant is dark green with neatly shaped leaves and smallish spines. Stem shoots are possible and it can benefit the flowering performance to leave two or three of these. The excess should be removed.
When planted in a pot it is advisable to replace the soil every two years, perhaps sooner if it is well drained. A supplement of nutrients could also be required as these wash out easily if the drainage of the planting medium is too fast.
Updated 17 March 2020.