Aloe dawei A. Berger
Dawe’s aloe is native to mountainous regions in Uganda, Congo, and Rwanda. It is named for Mr. Dawe, who was the curator of the Botanical Gardens at Entebbe, Uganda in the early 1900s.
Identification: Plants are up to 3' (91 cm) tall. Flowers are red-orange. Blooms December to February.
See the Aloe comparison table.
Aloe dawei at George and Audrey DeLange's Arizona wildflower site
Aloe dawei on www.africamuseum.be
Aloe dawei on the Plant List at AZArboretum.org
Aloe dawei on Desert-tropicals.com
Aloe dawei on SucculentGuide.com
Aloe dawei on Clippix ETC
Aloe dawei description by Thomas H. Kent, last updated 16 Aug 2013.
Range: Zones 9b-11: