This small aloe was sold to us as a hybrid that it clearly is not. In looking around, this species once was sold as Aloe bakeri, which is rare and much smaller than this species. It seems to have A. bakeri in its genes, as well as perhaps A. bellatula, one of our favorite aloes. The flowers are held on short racemes and are red. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.