Aloe pretoriensis has distinct characteristics that can be used to distinguish it from most other Aloes. The dried leaf tips have a distinctive red colour and the racemes are exceptionally tall for this plant.
Juvenile plants can be mistaken for Aloe suprafoliata, one can distinguish the two quite easily by looking ast the racemes and inflorescence which is simple and the raceme has a silvery sheen to it. The specie name 'pretoriensis' refers to its distribution near Pretoria.
This non-threatened Aloe is found in grasslands in the northern parts of Gauteng, Northern Province, Mpumalanga, Swasiland and Zimbabwe.
Flowers are orange-red to a bright red colour.
Flowers are quite long and are slightly constricted at the mouth. Flowering occurs in the winter months from May to July.
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