Aloe glauca should be planted in full sun or light shade. Although not ideal it can withstand cold temperatures. This succulent will produce many small offsets at the base until one gains dominance over the rest and grows tall. It will also flower year-round with bright orange-red blossoms.
This aloe is an excellent focal point in rock, succulent, or cacti gardens and will grow well in containers. Like most aloes, it will require a good drainage system. It is a low-maintenance plant and you can remove the spent flower stalks as desired. You can replant the offsets and collect the seeds after flowering. be sure to plant in a good cacti compost or a loamy compost with added sand.