There are at least five varieties of the aloe vera plant. They include varietals named Dorian Black, Yellow Teeth, Orange Aloe, Red Aloe and Gold Tooth.Know More
Aloe vera is a succulent, which means it stores water in its leaves. The sword-shaped, greenish-gray leaves form rosettes, and some cultivars have leaves tipped with gold, red or orange. If it is to be planted outdoors, aloe vera needs the warm climate of hardiness zones 10-12. Aloe can tolerate poor soils and seaside conditions.
Though known for its medicinal properties, aloe vera can be a houseplant or ground cover. It can also be part of a rock garden.Learn more about Outdoor Plants & Flowers
Care for an aloe vera plant by planting it in well-drained soil, placing it in a good location, providing adequate water, fertilizing the plant, pruning the offsets, and repotting the plant as necessary. You need potting mix, a pot, fertilizer and pruning scissors.Full Answer >
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Aloe plants can be easily rooted by placing cuttings from existing aloe plants into fresh potted soil and placing the pot in direct sunlight. It is important to wait one week before watering the cuttings. Aloe vera plants produce multiple offsets, commonly referred to as plantlets. The plantlets are capable of creating an entirely new plant within two weeks.Full Answer >