Aloe variegata is native to the Western Cape, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape, and Free State in South Africa.
They are not found in the wild in North America. I cannot find any information on how this Aloe variegata 'Ausana,' a
cultivar, differs from its natural counterpart.
Identification: Plants are 8-12" (20-30 cm) in height.
New, central leaves push older leaves outward in a spiral arrangement. Leaves are dark green,
with raised, light green bands, 4-6" (10-15 cm) long. Flowers are orange, on a tall raceme
8-12" (20-30 cm) high.