Aloe 'Walmsley's Blue'


Scientific Name

Aloe 'Walmsley's Blue'

Scientific Classification

Family: Asphodelaceae
Subfamily: Asphodeloideae
Tribe: Aloeae
Genus: Aloe

Parentage

This succulent is a hybrid of unknown parentage.

Description

Aloe 'Walmsley's Blue' is a small succulent with narrow, blue-green leaves tightly packed in a rosette. It grows up to 12 inches (30 cm) tall. Leaves turn bronze-green in full sun. They have small teeth along the edges. Stems are short and completely hidden by leaves and numerous suckers. Flowers are tubular, orange to red-orange, and appear in winter through spring.

How to Grow and Care for Aloe 'Walmsley's Blue'

Light: When growing A. 'Walmsley's Blue' indoors, place your plant near a window that gets plenty of bright indirect light. Rotate the pot once or twice a week so that all sides of the plant receive equal lighting. Outdoors, provide light shade, especially during the hottest parts of the day.

Soil: Plant A. 'Walmsley's Blue' in a well-drained soil mix specially formulated for succulents or make your own. Drainage is essential because too much moisture around roots can cause root rot.

Hardiness: When temperatures shift below 50 °F (10 °C), it is time to bring your plant back inside. A. 'Walmsley's Blue' can withstand temperatures as low as 25 to 50 °F (-3.9 to 10 °C), USDA hardiness zones 9b to 11b.

Watering: This succulent does need regular watering but is very tolerant of drought conditions for short periods. Water deeply, but only when the soil is dry. Cut back on watering during the winter months. Do not let water stand in the rosettes.

Fertilizing: A. 'Walmsley's Blue' generally does not require fertilizer but may benefit from the extra nutrients. Feed with a fertilizer for succulents in spring and summer only. Be sure to follow label directions.

Repotting: This plant is not particularly fast-growing and will only rarely need repotting. Repot it in the spring in a container a few inches larger in diameter every few years to keep it from becoming rootbound.

Propagation: Propagating A. 'Walmsley's Blue' can be done using the offsets, cuttings, or seeds from a mature plant. Remove offsets from the mother plant or take cuttings with a sharp knife in late spring or early summer. For best results, sow seeds during the warm months.

Learn more at How to Grow and Care for Aloe.

Toxicity of Aloe 'Walmsley's Blue'

A. 'Walmsley's Blue' is not listed as toxic for people and pets.

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Synonym: Helix aspersa agglutinin, HAA

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    HB-5364, As Passed House, March 20, 2012

    A bill to make, supplement, and adjust appropriations for

    certain capital outlay projects and for certain state departments

    and agencies for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2012 to

    provide for the expenditure of the appropriations and to prescribe

    certain conditions for the appropriations.

    THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF MICHIGAN ENACT:

    Sec. 101. There is appropriated for certain capital outlay

    projects for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2012, from the

    GROSS APPROPRIATION. $ 39,665,200

    Interdepartmental grant revenues:

    Total interdepartmental grants and intradepartmental

    ADJUSTED GROSS APPROPRIATION. $ 39,665,200

    Total federal revenues. 1,783,100

    Total other state restricted revenues. 37,882,100

    State general fund/general purpose. $ 0

    Sec. 102. MICHIGAN NATURAL RESOURCES TRUST FUND

    Natural resources trust fund projects. $ 39,665,200

    Trust fund acquisition projects by priority:

    Pellegrom property acquisition, Ottawa County (grant-

    in-aid to Spring Lake Township) (#11-048)

    Harsens Island conservation area acquisition, St.

    Clair County (grant-in-aid to Clay Township) (#11-121)

    Sparks county park trail connector acquisition,

    Jackson County (grant-in-aid to Jackson County) (#11-

    Prindle property acquisition, Bay County (grant-in-aid

    Cottrellville Township riverfront park acquisition,

    St. Clair County (grant-in-aid to Cottrellville

    Aloe property acquisition, Iosco County (grant-in-aid

    Keweenaw coastal wildlife corridor Brockway

    acquisition, Keweenaw County (grant-in-aid to Eagle

    Blue Water river walk expansion, St. Clair County

    (grant-in-aid to St. Clair County) (#11-116)

    Arbor vistas preserve natural areas connector

    acquisition, Washtenaw County (grant-in-aid to

    River Raisin recreation area acquisition, various

    Wigwam Bay state wildlife area land initiative, Arenac

    Clay Cliffs natural area acquisition, Leelanau County

    (grant-in-aid to Leland Township) (#11-020)

    Park Lake preserve acquisition, Clinton County (grant-

    in-aid to Bath Township) (#11-050)

    Rail-trail acquisitions, various counties (#11-132)

    Sagimore acquisition, Emmet County (grant-in-aid to

    Acme waterfront park acquisition, phase III, Grand

    Traverse County (grant-in-aid to Acme Township) (#11-

    Upper Peninsula eco-regional land consolidation,

    CW2 Airline trailway acquisition, Oakland County

    (grant-in-aid to Commerce, Walled Lake, and Wixom

    trailway management council) (#11-123)

    Southwestern Lower Peninsula eco-region acquisition,

    Southeast Michigan eco-region acquisition, various

    Northern Lower Peninsula eco-regional land

    consolidation, various counties (#11-140)

    Negaunee Township recreation trails acquisition,

    Marquette County (grant-in-aid to Negaunee Township)

    Trust fund development projects by priority:

    McCoy's Creek trail development, Berrien County

    (grant-in-aid to city of Buchanan) (#11-039)

    Gallup Park livery and site renovations, Washtenaw

    County (grant-in-aid to city of Ann Arbor) (#11-013)

    Bloomfield Park courts resurfacing, Jackson County

    (grant-in-aid to city of Jackson) (#11-081)

    Lions Park beach improvements, Berrien County (grant-

    in-aid to city of St. Joseph) (#11-095)

    Sands Park development, Kalkaska County (grant-in-aid

    to Coldsprings Township) (#11-008)

    Boardman Lake trail west, Grand Traverse County

    (grant-in-aid to city of Traverse City) (#11-060)

    Lake St. Helen universal access development, Roscommon

    County (grant-in-aid to Richfield Township) (#11-027)

    Lake Odessa municipal beach development, Ionia County

    (grant-in-aid to village of Lake Odessa) (#11-034)

    Pleasant Park development, Kent County (grant-in-aid

    to city of Grand Rapids) (#11-023)

    Historic barns park and garden development, Grand

    Traverse County (grant-in-aid to Garfield Charter

    Rutherford pool renovation, Washtenaw County (grant-

    in-aid to city of Ypsilanti) (#11-083)

    Veterans Memorial Park skate park development,

    Washtenaw County (grant-in-aid to city of Ann Arbor)

    Depot recreation park and trailhead improvements,

    Gogebic County (grant-in-aid to city of Ironwood)

    Manistee First Street beach house development,

    Manistee County (grant-in-aid to city of Manistee)

    Topinabee lakeside park improvements, Cheboygan County

    (grant-in-aid to Mullett Township) (#11-002)

    Rotary Park development, Muskegon County (grant-in-aid

    Island Park development, Eaton County (grant-in-aid to

    village of Dimondale) (#11-005)

    Front Street pathway development, Leelanau County

    (grant-in-aid to village of Suttons Bay) (#11-097)

    Robert Lee Davis Memorial Park improvements, Montcalm

    County (grant-in-aid to village of McBride) (#11-101)

    Jayne-Lasky playfield improvements, Wayne County

    (grant-in-aid to city of Detroit) (#11-075)

    Lipke playfield improvements, Wayne County (grant-in-

    aid to city of Detroit) (#11-076)

    Flat River amphitheater park extension, Kent County

    (grant-in-aid to city of Lowell) (#11-066)

    Robert Morris Park development, Kalamazoo County

    (grant-in-aid to Comstock Township) (#11-003)

    Texas drive nonmotorized trail extension, Kalamazoo

    County (grant-in-aid to Texas Township) (#11-047)

    Restroom facilities development, Iron County (grant-

    in-aid to city of Gaastra) (#11-077)

    Navy Street Park boardwalk development, Houghton

    County (grant-in-aid to city of Hancock) (#11-021)

    Petoskey to Alanson rail-trail development, Emmet

    County (grant-in-aid to Emmet County) (#11-051)

    Abbot Fox Community Park handicap accessibility,

    Ontonagon County (grant-in-aid to Interior Township)

    Ottawa Beach waterfront walkway development, Ottawa

    County (grant-in-aid to Ottawa County) (#11-106)

    Tahquamenon outdoor recreation complex development,

    Luce County (grant-in-aid to village of Newberry)

    South Agonikak national recreation trail enhancement

    development, Gogebic County (grant-in-aid to

    Watersmeet Township) (#11-113)

    Belvidere Township park fishing pier development,

    Montcalm County (grant-in-aid to Belvidere Township)

    Boyne City to US-31 trail, Charlevoix County (grant-

    in-aid to Charlevoix County) (#11-073)

    Waterfront development project, Huron County (grant-

    in-aid to city of Harbor Beach) (#11-052)

    Petoskey downtown greenway-north segment development,

    Emmet County (grant-in-aid to city of Petoskey) (#11-

    Little Manistee River weir development, Manistee

    Rail-trail development, Ionia County (grant-in-aid to

    Paint Creek trail/Polly Ann trail south connector

    development, Oakland County (grant-in-aid to Oakland

    Fox Lake park improvements, Muskegon County (grant-in-

    aid to village of Lakewood Club) (#11-028)

    Luther Mill Pond park improvements, Lake County

    (grant-in-aid to village of Luther) (#11-042)

    Jaycee Park boat launch redevelopment project, Eaton

    County (grant-in-aid to city of Grand Ledge) (#11-041)

    Calumet Lions Park trail improvements, Houghton County

    (grant-in-aid to Calumet Township) (#11-074)

    Mary Street ethnic commons and trailhead project,

    Gogebic County (grant-in-aid to city of Bessemer)

    Tyden Park riverwalk trail extension, Barry County

    (grant-in-aid to city of Hastings) (#11-080)

    Inkster Greenway trail, Wayne County (grant-in-aid to

    Ypsilanti Heritage Bridge development, Washtenaw

    County (grant-in-aid to city of Ypsilanti) (#11-120)

    Fred Meijer Ionia to Owosso rail-trail development,

    Bates Township park improvements, Iron County (grant-

    in-aid to Bates Township) (#11-105)

    Camp Dearborn nonmotorized trail development, Oakland

    County (grant-in-aid to city of Dearborn) (#11-053)

    Silver Creek Russom Park development, Cass County

    (grant-in-aid to city of Dowagiac) (#11-016)

    Quarry Harbor nonmotorized trail, Emmet County (grant-

    in-aid to city of Petoskey) (#11-009)

    North trail connector development, Ingham County

    (grant-in-aid to Delhi Township) (#11-064)

    Township Park barrier-free beach access, Schoolcraft

    County (grant-in-aid to Manistique Township) (#11-111)

    Northeast Park boardwalk expansion, Kent County

    (grant-in-aid to city of Kentwood) (#11-024)

    Elkenburg Park improvements, Van Buren County (grant-

    in-aid to city of South Haven) (#11-144)

    Bear Lake road nonmotorized trail development,

    Muskegon County (grant-in-aid to Laketon Township)

    Silver Creek Russom Park development, Cass County

    (grant-in-aid to Silver Creek Township) (#11-017)

    Cole Park improvements, Saginaw County (grant-in-aid

    to village of Chesaning) (#11-092)

    Park access enhancement project, Gratiot County

    (grant-in-aid to city of Alma) (#11-103)

    Pine Run Creek trail improvements, Genesee County

    (grant-in-aid to city of Clio) (#11-104)

    Pine Run retaining wall stabilization, Genesee County

    (grant-in-aid to city of Clio) (#11-110)

    Mill Street landing improvements, Eaton County (grant-

    in-aid to city of Eaton Rapids) (#11-063)

    Goldengate Park playground equipment, Oakland County

    (grant-in-aid to city of Lathrup Village) (#11-012)

    Saginaw Valley rail trail development, Saginaw County

    (grant-in-aid to Saginaw County) (#11-090)

    Marina Park trailhead development, Cheboygan County

    (grant-in-aid to Tuscarora Township) (#11-084)

    Wolf Creek Park improvements, Alpena County (grant-in-

    aid to Wilson Township) (#11-124)

    Township trail, fishing pier and dock development,

    Midland County (grant-in-aid to Edenville Township)

    Statewide equestrian initiative, various counties

    Dansville state game area shooting range development,

    Great Lakes bay region trail bridge renovations, Bay

    County (grant-in-aid to Frankenlust Township) (#11-

    Mason County campground entrance improvements, Mason

    County (grant-in-aid to Mason County) (#11-056)

    Evergreen Park development, Sanilac County (grant-in-

    aid to Sanilac County) (#11-057)

    Community center park renovation, Muskegon County

    (grant-in-aid to city of Roosevelt Park) (#11-054)

    Seeley Creek Park development, Kent County (grant-in-

    aid to Grattan Township) (#11-004)

    Township hall park development, Allegan County (grant-

    in-aid to Laketown Township) (#11-007)

    Pewamo trailhead development, Ionia County (grant-in-

    aid to village of Pewamo) (#11-040)

    Kensington Metropark nature center pond overlook,

    Oakland County (grant-in-aid to Huron-Clinton

    metropolitan authority) (#11-018)

    GROSS APPROPRIATION. $ 39,665,200

    Michigan natural resources trust fund. 39,665,200

    State general fund/general purpose. $ 0

    Sec. 103. DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES

    Interdepartmental grant revenues:

    Total interdepartmental grants and intradepartmental

    ADJUSTED GROSS APPROPRIATION. $ 0

    Total federal revenues. 1,783,100

    Total other state restricted revenues. (1,783,100)

    State general fund/general purpose. $ 0

    Michigan state waterways fund. (4,033,100)

    State general fund/general purpose. $ 0

    (3) CAPITAL OUTLAY - WATERWAYS BOATING

    South Higgins Lake, Roscommon County, new entrance,

    launch ramp, maneuver areas, parking and traffic

    flow improvements (total authorized cost

    $1,000,000 federal share is decreased from

    $750,000 to state share is increased from

    Cass Lake, Oakland County, parking improvements,

    maneuver area, launch ramp/road traffic flow

    improvements (total authorized cost $2,000,000

    federal share decreased from $1,500,000 to

    state share increased from $500,000 to $2,000,000). 0

    Michigan state waterways fund. 2,250,000

    State general fund/general purpose. $ 0

    PROVISIONS CONCERNING APPROPRIATIONS

    Sec. 201. In accordance with the provisions of section 30 of

    article IX of the state constitution of 1963, total state spending

    from state resources in this appropriation act for the fiscal year

    ending September 30, 2012 is $37,882,100.00. State appropriations

    paid to local units of government are $29,690,200.00 as follows:

    Acquisition grants-in-aid. $ 14,835,800

    Development grants-in-aid. 14,854,400

    Total payments to locals. $ 29,690,200

    Sec. 202. The appropriations authorized under this act are

    subject to the management and budget act, 1984 PA 431, MCL 18.1101

    DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES

    Sec. 301. (1) The department of natural resources shall enter

    into agreements with local units of government for the purpose of

    administering the grants identified in part 1. Among other

    provisions, the agreements shall require that grant recipients

    agree to dedicate to public outdoor recreation uses in perpetuity

    the land acquired or developed to replace lands converted or lost

    to other than public outdoor recreation use and, for parcels

    acquired that are over 5 acres in size, to provide the state with a

    nonparticipating 1/6 minimum royalty interest in any acquired

    minerals that are retained by the grant recipient.

    (2) The agreements under subsection (1) shall also provide

    that the full payments of grants shall be made only after proof of

    acquisition, or proof of completion of the development project, is

    submitted by the grant recipient and all costs are verified by the

    department of natural resources. This requirement may be waived by

    the department of natural resources.

    Sec. 302. Any unobligated balance in a Michigan natural

    resources trust fund appropriation made under part 1 shall not

    revert to the Michigan natural resources trust fund at the close of

    the fiscal year, but shall continue until the purpose for which it

    was appropriated is completed for a period not to exceed 3 fiscal

    years. The unexpended balance of any Michigan natural resources

    trust fund appropriation made in part 1 remaining after the purpose

    for which it was appropriated is completed shall revert to the

    Michigan natural resources trust fund and be made available for


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