I've often seen these strange looking trees growing in Kula Maui and wondered what they were, until I learned they are members of the aloe family. You can find them growing upcountry in the cooler climates such as Kula and Makawao.
Apparently you can grow them easily from a cutting that's been allowed to dry out for a week or two first. They prefer a dry well drained soil on a slope, which explains why they like the Kula region.
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