|Soil Type||Well Drained|
|Mature Height||3-4 Feet|
|Mature Width||3-4 Feet|
An effortless organic addition to any window, the Aloe Vera plant boasts a bright green slender appearance with noteworthy practical uses.
Its leaves can be broken off and utilized for the cooling gel that exists inside. Never buy aloe vera gel again, as this plant will be the gift that keeps on giving! Apply to burns and irritated areas of skin - particularly sunburn for cooling relief.
In addition, because it stores water in its leaves, it is hardy to drought conditions and needs only minimal watering. It is well adapted to thrive with minimal care and in low light, dry conditions.
It also offers a unique green, toothed edge appearance, giving a distinct succulent shape and appearance amongst your other indoor houseplants.
Whether it's cheering up a lonely window, or sparking greenery in your reading room, the Aloe Vera offers the perfect combination of easy-to-maintain, easy-to-grow, and practical use that benefits all who invest in it.
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Q: How much light does my Aloe Vera plant need?
Your Aloe Vera plant does best in direct sunlight but is adaptable even in low light conditions such as in the winter.
Can I keep it indoors?
Yes! An Aloe Vera plant makes a great statement piece by a draft free window in any room.
How do I use the cooling gel?
When you have need, break off a portion of one of the leaves and squeeze out the gel inside. (The plant will heal itself where the section has been broken off.) Apply it to the burned or irritated area. Great for sunburn!
Place your Aloe Vera in a well draining soil pot near a draft free window with ample light and/or in a well lit room.
Since your Aloe Vera plant retains water in its leaves, watch for overwatering. Only rewater when the top layer of soil dries out.
Although not required, you can support your Aloe Vera with an application of fertilizer in the spring.