A comparative study of foliar anatomy in six cultivated Aloe species was carried out using light microscopy. These taxa exhibit characteristics similar to those found in other Aloe species within the genus. The foliar of the all studied taxa are amphistomatic, tetracytic, and sunken stomata. The size range of the stomata and stomata index (SI) are 26.8--60.9 × 18.0--48.5 μm (length × width), 1.0--11.9, respectively. Epidermal cells varied from rectangular to hexagon, with distinctive striate anticlinal wall. Druse, raphides, and styloids oxalate crystals are also found in the parenchyma cells. Moreover, xerophytic features which adapted to survive in water stressed condition are briefly discussed. These results of the anatomical characteristics of studied taxa provided essential information for taxonomic and herbal medicinal resources purposes in Aloe family.