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Aloe juddii

   (Family: Asphodelaceae)
Afrikaans: Koudeberg aloe  EDIT
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Plant Type: EDIT  Shrub
Special properties:
  Drought Resistant (heavy)
Rarity Status:
Preferred rainfall: Winter
Preferred position:
Full Sun
Biome: Forest
Flowering time EDIT
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Flower colours
  Flower info
  Brilliant displays of bright red flowers
  Leaf info EDIT
  Seed info EDIT
Description EDIT
Produces brilliant displays of bright red flowers.
One of the few aloes that are indigenous to the Fynbos vegetation type.
Growing EDIT
Distribution EDIT
Native to a few rocky outcrops and a farm ("Farm 215"), near to Cape Agulhas in the Western Cape, South Africa.
History EDIT
It was named after the photographer Eric Judd, who discovered it in 2004.
Ecology EDIT
Eaten by the tiny "Klipspringer" antelope that live in the area.
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