Aloe Vera - 4"
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- Aloe Vera can also be known as the "Burn Plant", "Miracle Plant", "African Aloe", "True Aloe", "Aloe barbadensis", or "First Aid Plant".
- Aloe is absolutely fantastic due to its adaptability, and its usefulness. From burns, to acne, to digestive health - it's no wonder why this is the most popular succulent in the world
- Like most plants, Aloe loves bright, indirect light, however it will tolerate lower light levels as well. If you find that your aloe's leaves are drooping, give them access to a bit more light.
- Always wait for the soil surrounding your aloe to be completely dry before giving it any new water. 'Less is more' when it comes to water and aloes, as they are prone to root rot. Aloe don't mind being neglected too much - if it's been a while since you gave your aloe a drink, lightly pinch a leaf between your fingers. If there's give, it likely needs a bit of water to plump back up.
- Well-draining soil, and a pot which does not allow water to collect is key. Terracotta pots are great for aloe (so long as they are heavy enough to keep the aloe in one place)
- Heavy propagators, if you care for your aloe it will reward you with many, many pups which grow up from the soil surrounding the mother plant. They make for great housewarming gifts!