The Aloe dichotoma , or Kokerboom is a indigenous Aloès of South Africa and more particularly the province Cape-of-North and of Namibia. Its vernacular name Kokerboom (of the words akrikaans koker meaning “quiver, and boom meaning “tree”) comes owing to the fact that its branches and its bark are used by the bushmen to make Carquois.
This tree can reach up to 9 meters height.
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