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Jul 11, 2011 12:55 AM CST
Name: Dominic Murray
Lanzarote, Canary Islands

V true Carol if its in the ground, like here. The irrigated Aloe here is very plump and green and spread into huge clumps, whereas the non irrigated tend to look very different until the rains come, when it plumps up and flowers after the rains stop. I was thinking more Aloe grown in a pot. If it has wet feet all the time in a pot, it will tend to rot as the roots are restricted togetherand cant spread. Stapeliads in pots tend to like wide, low pots to spread , and to dry out inbetween waterings. I have a few in the ground...the rest will go in the ground when the house is finished, in about 100 years.:))

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