Aloe boylei is a very hardy, deciduous grass Aloe with large flat, upright, broad leaves that end in a point and have a few white spots at the base and white teeth on the margins.
It blooms from November to February in a flattish inflorescence. The lovely tubular, salmon pink flowers, which taper off to green tips.
The leaves can be cooked and eaten.
A beautiful addition to a well-irrigated grassland garden and makes a good container plant.
Grow in wet conditions in full sun.
Size to 50cm