Slaphoringaalwyn, Spaansaalwyn (Afr.)
A tall, up right growing solitary to branched aloe that reaches up to 6 m in height. Its leaves are blueish-green and has serrated, pale red leaf margins. The leaves can be used to dye wool a delicate pink. The large cylindrical flower heads display striking red buds that open up during spring time to reveal green-white flowers. It is easily distinguished by the head of rosette leaves that are permanently tilted to the north in the southern hemisphere.