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Aloe vera is commonly grown as a houseplant and gained favor because the gel from its leaves makes a soothing skin salve (although some people are actually irritated by the gel).
There are over 300 species of Aloe vera, but the one most commonly grown as a houseplant is Aloe barbadensis miller. It has thick, succulent leaves that are plumped up with a watery gel. The leaves grow from the base of the plant, in a rosette, and have jagged edges with flexible spines. It’s a fast-growing succulent, taking three to four years to reach a mature size.
Water Cycle: Daily
Pot Size: 4 inches
Plant Size: 6 inches
Plant Care: Easy
It require direct sunlight. An Aloevera plant grows best in direct sun lighting / semi-shade lighting.
It can survive in extreme conditions too like 40-50 C.
You can use our natural potting mix or you can use peat moss with sandy soil but drained well.
Aloevera gel is widely known to relieve sunburn and help heal wounds. But did you know that your favorite potted plant can be used for much more than sunburn relief and household décor?
The succulent has a long history of being used for medicinal purposes, dating back to ancient Egypt. The plant is native to North Africa, Southern Europe, and the Canary Islands. Today, aloevera is grown in tropical climates worldwide. From relieving heartburn to potentially slowing the spread of breast cancer, researchers are just beginning to unlock the benefits of this universal plant and its many byproducts.