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Aloe Juvenna(Tiger Tooth Aloe)

₹380.00
Aloe juvenna is a miniature succulent with a fascinating look. It carries the bright-green color that is associated with aloes but is embedded with peculiar white spots.

Aloe juvenna grows spiked leaves – often described as small teeth – that stack and form an interesting rosette. The spikes may look sharp and resemble a Tiger’s jaw but they will not prick when touched. Collectively, the small rosettes give the plant a fuzzy appearance when viewed from a distance.

When Aloe juvenna is given enough exposure to the sun in the summer months, the bright-green leaves assume a reddish-brown color.

Tiger Tooth Aloe is the popular alias assigned to Aloe juvenna because of its spiky leaves. It can grow up to 12-inches (30.5cm) tall and 24-inches (61cm) wide which makes the succulent an ideal ground cover.

Tiger Tooth Aloe originates from the Aloaceae family and is native to Kenya. 

General Information: 

Also known as: Tiger Tooth Aloe

Plant Family:  Aloeceae 

Origin: Kenya

Height:  12-inches (30.5cm)

Exposure: Full to partial sunlight up to 6 hours per day

Water Needs: Water only when soil is dry to the touch, little watering during the winter months.

Soil Type: Sandy or cactus soil mixed with perlite at a 2:1 ratio. 

Soil pH: Neutral (7.0 to 8.5 pH)

Tolerance: Drought

Our Product are shipped in a root ball ,without pot.. The pictures shown are for referral purposes only.

Few online retailers can match the generous size of our plants. Mainaam Garden is the largest Cymbidium Orchid nursery in Asia that endeavors to provide you with a premium quality product at a great low price.

If you have any damaged plants please email us at info@mainaamgarden.com and specify which plants were damaged. You may request an exchange within 3-5 days of delivery. Please keep all the packaging material in case it needs to be inspected by the shipping company.