From Tanzania, Aloe richardsiae is one of the grass Aloes.
The green lanceolate leaves are rubbery and long (12-18") with small white marginal teeth.
One of the most interesting aspects of this Aloe is that it will go dormant, drop its leaves, and regrow from a bulb in the spring. Who knew? Bulb Aloes, pretty awesome.
The bloom spike is usually unbranched about 24" tall. This clone has orange-scarlet flowers.
Available in 1 gallon pots (7") very limited supply.
Ships in pot.