Aloe plants are native to tropical regions, but even if you live in a place with cold winters you can have a beautiful, healthy aloe plant that you keep indoors. Aloe plants should be potted in a soil mix made for succulents. They like to be dry and warm, not wet and cold, so water only when the soil is mostly dried out. Healthy aloe plants produce "babies" you can break off and pot for a friend.
Aloe Vera is a beneficial plant with purpose & is really easy to grow in your home &/or outdoors in the garden. Here are Aloe Vera care & growing tips. joyusgarden.com #aloevera #aloeveracare #aloeveraplant #aloeveraindoors #aloeverainpots
When your Aloe vera plant starts drooping, getting mushy leaves, or turning yellow and brown, it's time to change up your plant care regimen. Overwatering, root rot, and sunburn are the most common reasons your Aloe might start to wilt or...
I created this plant care card and tracker for myself, and am sharing it here for you! I use "P" for "prune," "F" for "fertilize," "W" for water" and "C" for clean" -- see what works for you and your plant! Enjoy this for your Aloe Vera! Happy plant parenting! *All plant care information was found online. I do not take responsibility for any unhappy plants*