Aloe Juvenna ‘Tiger Tooth Aloe’

Picture by rawwabi

Basic Info

Aloe Juvenna ‘Tiger Tooth Aloe’ has green leaves with a shape of a rosette. As the plant matures you can expect it to grow into green to dark green leaves that are with tooth like edges. When the plant finally produces flowers you can expect the flowers to be orange to red. It will bloom from summer.

Scientific Classification

Family: Asphodelaceae
Subfamily: Asphodeloideae
Genus: Aloe


Care and Propagation Information


Aloe Juvenna ‘Tiger Tooth Aloe’ can be quite beautiful when it is well-taken care off. This succulent type needs a little less water than other types. The watering method is very important to keep your Aloe healthy. It should not sit on the water, and an excess amount of water should be avoided. The best way of watering is soak and dry method. Yet, the succulent should be controlled to avoid overwatering.

Learn more about how to water your succulents here.

General Care for Aloe Juvenna ‘Tiger Tooth Aloe’

This type of Aloe will bring a fresh touch to your garden. It is easy to grow both in warm and cold areas which give this plant a great advantage. Aloe Juvenna ‘Tiger Tooth Aloe’ can adapt easily to its surrounding. It is not suited for indoors. This outdoor succulent is great for garden, and outdoor pot arrangements.

If you need new indoor succulents, you can look at our 7 Best Indoor Succulents article first.

Quick Facts:

  • Reddish-brown Flowers

  • Loves Sun/Partial Shade

  • Use a small amount of fertilizer to the new pots

  • Can be grown outdoor

  • Grows up to 30 cm (12″) tall

  • Grows up to 60 cm (24″) wide

  • Can die easily if overwatered

  • Best propagated by offsets/seeds
  • Grows best during Spring

Where to Plant


Aloe succulents need strong light. When planting it in a garden, make sure it gets sunlight. Full to partial sun is the best for its growth.

This type of succulent can handle cold climate when it is planted in the ground. It can tolerate mild frost for a short period of time. Bring them in when it is frosty, snowy. For the ones live in extreme winter conditions, it is better to keep them in containers.

How to Propagate Aloe Juvenna ‘Tiger Tooth Aloe’

Unlike the most succulent types, Aloe Juvenna “Tiger Tooth Aloe” can be propagated by offsets. If you propagate from the leaves, they will probably rot. On the other hand, this succulent type does not require repotting often. Of course, the first-time repotting is essential when it is bought from the store.

Like all the other succulent types, a well-drained soil mixture is essential. If you want to know about well-drained soil mixtures, check How to Prepare Well-drained Soil for Succulent Plants.


Aloe Juvenna ‘Tiger Tooth Aloe’ propagates from the small offsets that come from the main succulent base. When offsets are grown enough to remove from the mother plant, propagation process can start. Pull the offsets up and remove the extra soil. Make sure the sample you get has its complete root system. Before replanting, wait for a few days till offsets dry out.

For more on this topic, my How to Propagate Succulents from Leaves and Cuttings guide will help you.


It can also be propagated from its seeds. This process is more difficult than offsets. You might not get any result.

Origin and Habitat

Aloe Juvenna ‘Tiger Tooth Aloe’  is native to Kenya.

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