This species is often confused with Aloe juvena, but it differs from this through lanceolate leaves (elongated) that curve outwardly at the edges. Leaves are green, with white dots along them and toothed edges. 
The flowers are orange, with red shades and appear in the summer - autumn. 
The species is quite rare, being listed by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) as a vulnerable plant.

ALOE MITRIFORMIS

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