Aloe suzannae Decary
Suzanne’s Aloe, Tree Aloe
Aloe suzannae is native to Madagascar, and not found in the wild in North America. It is a critically endangered species. The few plants in botanical gardens were collected more than 50 years ago; no more are known to exist in the wild.
Identification: These are small trees up to 9½' (3 m) high, with a trunk up to 8" (20 cm) around, and rosettes of thick gray-green leaves are up to 3' (91 cm) in diameter. Flowers are white or cream-colored.
Aloe suzannae on Desert-tropicals.com
Aloe suzannae on www.bihrmann.com
Aloe suzannae on ARKive: Images of Life on Earth
Aloe suzannae on Cactus Art: the World of Cacti & Succulents
Aloe suzannae on XericWorld.com
Aloe suzannae on the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources Red List of Threatened Species
Aloe suzannae description by Thomas H. Kent, last updated 16 Aug 2013.
Range: Zones 9b-11: