Aloe Vera Plant Care?


Aloe Vera, also known as Barbados aloe or burn plant, is a succulent perennial valued for its attractive leaves, ease of growth and medicinal properties. It is easy to care for since it will grow in most soils. Keep your aloe in a partly sunny and warm location of the house. Give it minimum water.
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CONTAINER Select a pot that is wider than it is deep to accommodate the shallow roots of the aloe vera plant , as its roots spread out rather than grow deeper in a container or planter
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Healthy aloe vera plants have small root systems in comparison to the plant above the pot. IMHO the best way to cause harm to this plant is to replant to a larger pot-this is a plant
1. Take one of the many plants that aloe vera has at its base. Preferably if they have a small root. When the shoots appear (the plants) can be separated gently with their roots from
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How Do I Care for Aloe Vera Plants?
A native to the African continent, aloe vera is succulent used for medicinal purposes across the globe since ancient times. Aloe vera is a fairly large plant group with over 180 varietals that range in size from a few inches to the size of a small tree.... More »
Difficulty: Easy
The aloe's need a vrey sunny spot, and well drained soil. They do well in rocky soil that doesn't need to be watered but once a week. They can be very drought tolerant, and too much water is worse than too little.
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