Aloe Hybrid Sunset

Aloe Hybrid Sunset Succulent for Sale from a California Nursery.

Lighting is everything with viewing some of these new cultivars. A photo taken during the middle of the day, versus at sunset, can produce two distinctly different plants. Agave Blue Glow is a terrific example of how different viewing times can lend different experiences. The edging on the blue glow, during the day, is almost non existent, but at night it truly does glow. This Aloe Hybrid Sunset is another example of how lighting can effect each plant individually. Stay tuned for our follow up photo of the Hybrid Sunset at sunset.

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