Aloe ferox white is an attractive form of Aloe ferox and found in Kwazulu-Natal, the eastern part of South Africa.
This used to be known as Aloe candelabrum and has subsequently been included in the species.
The bitter aloe will reach 2-3 metres in height with the leaves arranged in a rosette. The old leaves remain after they have dried, forming a petticoat on the stem. The leaves are a dull green, sometimes with a slightly blue look to them.
They may also have a reddish tinge. The Aloe ferox white form has an elegant shape with the leaf tips curving slightly downwards.
The spines along the leaf edge are reddish in colour. Spines may also be present on upper and lower surfaces of the leaves as well. Young plants tend to be very spiny