Aloe Plants are some of the easiest and most beneficial plants to grow. Aloe Vera is the medicinal variety producing a soothing gel that can be used on burns. All other types of Aloe are not medicinal, but are visually stunning with structural foliage and interesting leaf textures and patterns.
LIGHT: These plants prefer full to part sun.
WATER: Water thoroughly, then allow the soil to dry out completely before watering again. Brown crisp leaf tips usually indicate that the plant needs more water. Yellow, mushy leaves usually indicate overwatering. When in doubt, let it drought!
TEMPERATURE: An ideal range is 65-85 degrees. Keep plant away from cold drafts, air conditioners, heaters, and fireplaces.
FERTILIZER: Fertilize during their active growing season when they are producing new leaves (spring-fall).
ORIGIN: Native to Northern Africa
TOXICITY: These plants are toxic and should be kept away from pets and children.