Where do aloe vera plants grow in the wild?

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Aloe Vera plant is mainly found in the Eastern and the Southern part of Africa growing wild. This perennial plant has been grown in the Indies and even in Texas.
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Most Aloe plants are native to Africa and other deserts so not overwatering is key. You need to plant them somewhere warm, where is NO chance of a freeze.
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1. Make sure that the aloe is planted in clay pot as plastic will not absorb excess moisture and can lead to your plant developing moldy conditions. 2. Put several small stones around
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If you live in the United States, then Aloe Vera is ground in a few selective regions in the US, where it can be grown outdoors. These areas are such areas where there can never be
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1 Buy seeds from a wholesale houseplant store. If you want to save money, you can get cutting from an another Aloe. Ad
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To grow an aloe vera plant is an easy and fun idea! I have had the best luck by planting them in a clay pot. Remember that aloe vera are what is known as a succulent ...
Most Aloe plants are native to Africa and other deserts so not overwatering is key. You need to plant them somewhere warm, where is NO chance of a freeze. ...
Most Aloe plants are native to Africa and other deserts so not overwatering is key. You need to plant them somewhere warm, where is NO chance of a freeze. ...
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