Golden Toothed Aloe: An evergreen rosette-forming succulent that suckers profusely, creating a large grouping to 18 inches tall of fleshy green leaves that have a tint of rose color on the tips and sharp but flexible teeth along the margins. The bright orange branched inflorescences rise to about 2 feet tall in mid-summer. Plant in sun or light shade in sandy soil. Drought tolerant. Low water.