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Aloe rauhii
Scientific Name: Aloe rauhii Reynolds
Synonym: Guillauminia rauhii
Family: Asphodelaceae
Aloe  rauhii
The Aloe rauhii takes an purplish orange color when kept in full sun
Recommended Temperature Zone:
USDA: 10-11

Frost Tolerance: Keep above 40°F (5°C)

Minimum Avg. Temperature: 50°F (10°C)

Sun Exposure: Light shade

Origin: Madagascar

Growth Habits: Clumping rosettes to 5 inches in diameter (12 cm)

Watering Needs: drought resistant

Propagation: Clumping species, produces offsets easily

Aloe rauhii is listed as endangered by the CITES. It is named after Pr. Werner Rauh who was professor of Botany at the university of Heidelberg (Germany).

Aloe  rauhii

Cultural Practices:
This species is dormant in winter, water once a month, keep it at or around 50°F (10°C).

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