Aloe and succulent rows
Tilt head Aloe from the banks of the breeded river
Aloe Marlottii
Fiona Powrie and her Kabota
Tree Aloes on the move
Crassula Ovata in flower
Aloes on the drip lines
A young Aloe Ferox in flower
Our Aloe project is at the foot of the Drakenstein mountains outside Paarl
A flower emerging from a young Aloe Ferox

Aloe and succulent rows

Tilt head Aloe from the banks of the breeded river

Aloe Marlottii

Fiona Powrie and her Kabota

Tree Aloes on the move

Crassula Ovata in flower

Aloes on the drip lines

A young Aloe Ferox in flower

Our Aloe project is at the foot of the Drakenstein mountains outside Paarl

A flower emerging from a young Aloe Ferox

Co-Creators, in association with Dragonplants (Fiona Powrie), started the Aloe Project in 2007 in Paarl. The project aims to grow and propagate Aloes and succulents whilst providing fire security to a farm on the fynbos urban edge.
Water-wise plants are gaining popularity as the costs of water increase. In some years in Cape Town water restrictions are placed on the domestic homeowner and irrigation systems must be turned off completely. We have a collection of fine specimens for clients with water-wise tastes.