3 Different Aloe Plants – Easy to grow/Hard to Kill!
- ALOEVERA PLANT – known for its agricultural and medicinal use. Also known as the ”wonder plant”. Benefits and usage of Aloe vera is uncountable, can work as medicine and natural beauty remedies. Aloe vera, when sustained with its enough growing conditions usually blooms in summer time. The usual color of its flowers are yellow, a common flower color for aloe plants. A good plant to keep in indoor and outdoor. A short-stemmed plant that is estimated to grow up to 60-100 cm in height.
- GROWING AN ALOE PLANT – Growing an Aloe Plant requires indirect sunlight should be watered deeply but, it is only needed when the soil is dry. Requires to be fertilized during its growing season and should be repot into a large and sturdy pot. Cactus soil will work for allow and you can put pebbles at the top of the soil. For the offsprings of Aloe Plant, cultive the tiny plants that comes off from the main one and put them in new pot.
- PRUNING AN ALOE PLANT – maintain the size of your aloe plant by removing the damaged and excess parts, by doing this you can provide your aloe a healthy growth that it needs. Use Knife or Scissors in trimming or removing the damage leaves, be careful in doing this step as it may affect the other healthy leaves. Remove offsprings and put in a separate pot. You can also prune the roots of your aloe in the gentlest way that you can.
- 9GreenBox 3 Different Aloe Plants – Easy to grow/Hard to Kill! that you will be receiving in your purchase is potted in a 3.25” size pot
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