Aloe plicatilis can be considered to this aloe as a tree of small
size as it can reach almost 3 meters or as a bush or shrub when younger.
As it grows the stems peel off and end in a tuft of flat leaves
fan-shaped, opposite, gray-green, fleshy.
Margins are serrated on top of sheet but except closely,
it is priceless, the tips of the leaves have a brownish color.
The stems take on a woody appearance.
The flowers appear in autumn winter in clusters and consist of a few 30
tube-shaped, red flowers on a flower stalk almost half a meter high.