Tiger aloe, Guinea-fowl aloe, Cape aloe (Eng.), Bontaalwyn (Afr.), Kanniedood (Afr.)
This species of aloe is regarded as one of the best-known aloes in South Africa. The distinctive white spots on the leaves resemble the spots on a partridge's breast. After enough rainfall, an abundance of hanging flowers is visible in branched flower clusters. The flowers are pollinated by sunbirds and a variety of flying and crawling insects and therefore attracts beneficial wildlife to the home garden.