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Mature Aloe Pink Blush in bloom from above in large red pot
Close up of the centre of Aloe pink blush with flower stalk
Aloe Pink Blush for sale in pot with babies
Aloe pink blush with babies in 75mm pot

Aloe 'Pink Blush' with pup

Regular price $10.00 $10.00 Sale

Family: Asphodelaceae 

Botanical Name: Aloe Pink Blush

Common Names: Pink Blush Aloe

Origin: Aloe hybrid created by Kelly Griffin

A unique textured Aloe growing pink ridges and dark & light green leaves with soft toothlike edges. Growing clumps of babies around the base of the plant's stem occasionally. Suited best to a squat pot within a well-lit area, blooming in late winter to spring with orange inflorescence 

Grows to 30cm (1ft) tall and approx 30cm wide

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Succulent plants are perfect indoors or outdoors! They are very hardy and require a lot less care than most other plant species.. Add this succulent to your collection today or surprise someone with a living gift!

You will receive plants similar to what is pictured in pictures 3-4

Succulent plants change colour due to varying seasons, climate and sun exposure. To get the most vibrancy out of your plants place in a well-lit area

MEASUREMENTS: (grown in)

75mm pot

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Orders posted between Monday and Wednesday.

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📩POSTAGE ONLY AVAILABLE IN AUSTRALIA WITHIN THE FOLLOWING STATES DUE TO BIOSECURITY LAWS:

QLD, NSW, VIC, ACT, SA🌏

We take care in packaging your plants delicately to ensure your plants are in safest condition when travelling to their new homes! Please ensure that you can receive plants within your state/country. We will not be responsible if they are held up or confiscated in the customs.

At NQ TROPICULTURE we are plant obsessed and take pride in our increasing, diverse nursery range. All plants are grown with TLC and to their optimum potential. Your plants will adore their new home and can be repotted into planter dishes, hanging pots or involved in D.I.Y projects.

 Our succulents are grown strong and hardy under Far North Queensland sun and rain.