Aloe ‘White Fox’


The Aloe 'White Fox’ is incredibly similar to it’s popular cousin, with the main differences being it’s growth and coloring. Grown more for decoration than for treating kitchen burns, the ‘White Fox’ has beautiful white markings and stays compact as it grows. It’s leaves are a bit more rigid than the original, but they’re filled with the same gel substance known for it’s skincare benefits!

Available in 4-Inch nursery pot

Ed's Plant Profile

  • Scientific Name: Aloe
  • Common Name: Aloe 'White Fox
  • Family: Asphodelaceae
  • Native Range: North Africa, Arabian Peninsula

Ed's Care Guide

  • Care: Easy
  • Light: Prefers bright light
  • Water: Needs infrequent watering and is drought tolerant
  • Humidity: Low
  • Temperature: 55-80F
  • Pruning: Prune any leaf tips or whole leaves that have turned pinkish-brown
  • Feeding: Not needed, but if fertilizing, fertilize monthly during spring and summer
  • Propagation: Division, offset, seed
  • Growth: Compact growth structure
  • Pests: Look out for aphids and spider mites
  • Toxicity: Toxic to humans and pets if ingested. The gel from these plants can be effective in treating skin conditions such as burns and psoriasis. However, avoid using aloe latex orally.