Aloe, On The Rooftop Garden, At Salesforce Transbay Transit Center, San Francisco, California

The Sign
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The sign was attached to the railing separating the sidewalk from the plants. The sign read in part: "Aloes belong to a group of plants known as succulents, whose thickened stems and leaves store water within the plant."


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Some Tree-like
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Some forms of aloe had long trunks and resembled short trees.


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Thick Leaves
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All the forms of aloe had thick leaves that curved to a sharp point.


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Closer Tree
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A closer view of an aloe tree (or bush) with its many leafy heads.


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Other Aloe
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Other aloe grew directly on the ground, with no trunk. This is the classic look of aloe.


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