Aloe maculata, also known by its old scientific name Aloe saponaria and its vernacular name of Spotted Aloe or Zebra Aloe is a stemless variety of aloe originating from South Africa and its neighboring countries.
Aloe vera Chinensis is a succulent, evergreen, green plant with shallow roots, growing in clumps and even colonies, due to its ability to produce suckers.
Aloe vera is a species of aloe (genus Aloe) of uncertain origin but cultivated for a long time in the Mediterranean region, North Africa, the Canary Islands and Cape Verde. It is recognized by its thick, blue leaves that can reach 60 centimeters in height and its yellow or orange flowers arranged in spikes. It is considered a depolluting plant.
Opuntia Anacantha is a plant native to Bolivia. Bright green, it is very resistant in dry soil, and can be planted in pots or in draining soil. It produces very beautiful orange flowers, which makes it a very popular plant in the garden.