We think this is a shrubby form of Aloe dichotoma, but it is worth keeping separate because of its form. It perhaps is easier to keep in pots because of its form, which branches from the base in pots. Like A. dichotoma, the flowers are large and yellow. We do not recommend this plant in landscaping because it takes little frost and does not tolerate summer rainfall, but we do continue to water these plants lightly in the hot summer months. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.