As the days heat up, the Garden’s more drought-tolerant plants are showing off why they are so popular. One of the most stunning examples of drought-tolerant plants is the tree aloe, which you’ll see two types of in the Garden — branching and non-branching. At the entrance of the Garden, you’ll find a beautiful branching tree aloe on full display. Then, inside the Cactus Garden you’ll find a non-branching tree aloe. Which do you prefer? Neither have medicinal use. In fact, there are more than 250 species of aloe and only a few are grown for medicinal use. There are many aloes in the Garden, a handful of which you can see below!
Photos from the Garden
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