XfrogPlants Tree Aloe 3D model
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Tree Aloe (Aloe bainesii)
Origin : Natal (South Africa)
Environment : wooded ravines, coastal bush, high-rainfall mountain grassland
Climate : warm, mild, temperate; drought-tolerant; frost-intolerant
African names : Boomaalwyn (Afrikaans), Inkalane enkulu (Zulu)
This solitary-growing, tree-looking succulent plant with a thick trunk and two– or three-forked branches grows of preference on rocky ground and slopes. It can tolerate a wide range of temperatures and soil types, but requires a full sunlight or light shade position. It loves rainy summers, but tolerates drought. It is the largest of tree aloes, being able to sometimes reach heights of up to 18 meters!
Model 1 specs: 10 meters
Model 2 specs: 7 meters
Model 3 specs: 4 meters
Model 4 specs: 1.5 meters