Quiver Tree

Aloe dichotoma

  • Full Sun
  • Little to Moderate Water Once Established

This slow growing tree aloe gets its name from the indigenous Saan people of South Africa who used its long tubular branches as hollowed out quivers for their arrows. Forms a stocky, thick trunked compact tree with gray-green leaves. Short clusters of bright yellow flowers appear in winter. Eventually reaching 12ft tall or more, this tree aloe is hardy to 27° F. Prefers good drainage, but tolerates most soils.

Inventory is constantly changing. Please call 626-337-4818 or visit us for current stock

Garden View Nursery
12901 Lower Azusa Road
Irwindale, CA 91706

(626) 337-4818


Aerial street view map of Garden View Nursery
(Under the power lines at the corner of the 605 FWY and Lower Azusa Road. Midway between the 10 San Bernardino FWY and the 210 Foothill FWY)




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