Plant Breeder Rights
Certain plants in the aloe-aloe collection are being test marketed in Australia under the Plant Breeder’s Rights Act 1994 and others have had their applications “Accepted”.
Unauthorised commercial propagation or any sale, conditioning, export, import or stocking of propagation material of this variety is an infringement under the Plant Breeder’s Rights Act 1994
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The trademark is registered
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Terms of Trade
Cosmetic and Medicinal use of aloes- toxicity
It is important to note that the aloe-aloe collection of hybrid aloes ARE NOT ALOE VERA. Aloe Vera is a completely different species of aloe which does not have significant flowering qualities but is sometimes known as the medicinal aloe because it is frequently cited as being useful in herbal medicine.The species Aloe Vera is also sometimes known as Aloe Barbadensis. Many scientific studies of the use of Aloe Vera have been undertaken but this aparant benefit is inconclusive as many of them are conflicting. All plants in the aloe-aloe collection are ornamental garden plants bred for spectacular flowering and are definately not grown nor sold for medicinal use. We accept no responsibility for the consequenses of cosmetic or medicinal use of any of the aloes in the aloe-aloe collection.
In fact we go further with a word of caution as there are a few aloe species which contain sap in the outer green layer of the leaf which could even be classified as poisonous if eaten. Despite this risk, all of the aloes in the aloe-aloe collection are safe to work with and grow in the garden as ornamental garden plants.