Aloe peglerae is one of the most subtly deeply colorful of the stemless aloes. It generally only gets around 16″ across, and ours are full size. But in full hot sun, they tend to close up a lot and look more spherical. They have short bloom stalks with orange tubular flowers.
Endangered and endemic in South Africa, they are pretty rare in the trade. We’ve tried to get seeds from South Africa unsuccessfully, so we were very happy to find a couple specimens. If they don’t all sell this year, we hope to get seed next spring. On the other hand, if you buy two of these specimens from us and are successful with the hummingbird pollination, we’ll buy back the seed! Now that’s a deal.