This species, with its beautifully striped leaves, is from the Limpopo Province of South Africa, where it typically occurs in deep soils of river valleys. Because most plants are not immaculate and are instead marked with white spots, the name is somewhat misleading and some want to subsume this into other species, such as Aloe greenii. Most clones of this species are solitary; the clone we offer slowly clumps to form offsets. The flowers are a highly variable reddish color with significant white striping. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.