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Origin: Kenya - Africa 

Quality: Its natural habitat is rocky areas, rocky, arid and generally lacking in moisture. 

Condition: Perennial 

Description:  This is a shrubby succulent nature. It forms a forest of small rosettes that grow very grouped until reaching dense clusters as small mounds. 

The thick, succulent leaves are grouped in spirals, short and triangular, with edges with pointed white teeth. 

The foliage is decorated with a series of white speckles. As a result of the sun, the plant may become reddish, with the possibility of sharing green and reddish-brown rosettes in the same forest

Aloe juvena

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