The genus Aloe comprises a diverse group of succulent plants, known for their rosette-shaped leaves and traditionally therapeutic properties. With over 500 recognized species, Aloes vary widely in size, shape, and color. They can be small, stemless plants or large, tree-like succulents. Leaves may be green, gray, or spotted, often with spiky edges. Aloes produce vibrant tubular flowers, typically in shades of orange, red, or yellow, attracting pollinators. These hardy plants are distributed across Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, and other arid regions, adapted to various climates and soil types.