Aloe variegata 'Pheasant Breast' is a dwarf, slow growing succulent with spotted white and green leaves resembling the breast of a pheasant.
Place it in the window with bright indirect lighting. As a succulent the plant tolerates hot temperatures. Temperatures between 50° – 55° degrees Fahrenheit can help encourage flowering the following season. Allow the soil to slightly dry between watering, and decrease the watering during the water.
The bloom time is the spring. While the flowers are attractive, the main attraction remains the distinct foliage.