Welcome. This site aims to serve as an online library and resource for aloe hybrids. In the last few years, we've seen ever more proliferation of new hybrids. They will sometimes be inaccurately labeled or share duplicate names. This site aims to provide proper names and descriptions of hybrids in cultivation together in one place to serve as a resource for growers and collectors. As the site grows, expect additions to plant descriptions, as well as ongoing improvements in the site's functionality. Enjoy browsing the records, and if there is something you feel is inaccurate, please send an email.

Aloe 'Yellow Snow'

Hybridizer: 
Kelly Griffin

Aloe 'Dragon'

Hybridizer: 
Karen Zimmerman
Description: 
This cultivar is identifiable by its long, slender, highly glaucous leaves with fine pink tubercles and marginal spines.

Aloe 'Sunshine'

Hybridizer: 
Kelly Griffin
Description: 
This hybrid has broad, upward arching leaves with long white spots and long, continuous red marginal spine.

Aloe 'Gargoyle'

Hybridizer: 
Karen Zimmerman
Description: 
One of the three first releases from Karen Zimmerman as part of Huntington Botanical Garden's 2010 International Succulent Introductions, this aloe hybrid is distinctive for its evenly spaced square red teeth on a bright gree

Aloe 'Chainsaw'

Hybridizer: 
Kelly Griffin

Aloe 'DZ'

Hybridizer: 
Karen Zimmerman
Description: 
This new aloe hybrid from Huntington Botanical Garden's 2010 International Succulent Introductions, and one of the three first releases from Karen Zimmerman, features red teeth along the margins with raised red ridges over gl

Aloe 'Sunrise'

Hybridizer: 
Kelly Griffin
Description: 
Newly released, this complex hybrid features large red marginal teeth and a leaf texture of distinctive longitudinal red ridges outlined in white. With brighter growing conditions, the entire plant will flush red.

Aloe 'Doran Black'

Hybridizer: 
Dick Wright
Description: 
Named after the late nurseryman Doran Black, who ran Black's House of Cactus in Stanton, this hybrid by Dick Wright is perhaps one of his most mis-labeled ones, incorrectly called 'Dorian Black'.
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