From eastern Yemen and the Dhofar of Oman (hence the name), this species is one of the most xerophytic of the aloes. We‘ve seen it in hyperarid settings on the eastern edge of the Rub al Kali with no other plants growing nearby. The rosettes are solitary, and the leaves are gray, spotted when young but generally immaculate when mature. The flowers are held in short inflorescences and are pinkish-red. This tough species has withstood temperatures of 18F with minor leaf damage. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.