Aloe maculata 'Jack-O-Lantern'
Orange Soap Aloe: A stemless plant that grows to 1' tall and 2' wide and suckers freely to form a good sized clump. Leaves are marked by faint white spots with spiny margins. The flowers are pumpkin orange instead of the salmon-orange color of the typical form. Flowers present in late summer and fall. Appreciates well-drained soil in full sun but can also grow well in part sun. Drought tolerant. Low water. Synonym: Aloe saponaria (Soap Aloe).