Sleek and spotted, this huddling crowd of succulents adds a stylish freshness to your interior space. The densely packed party of tapered aloe plants is a fuller variety than its streamlined cousins, looking sharp with little effort.
Aloe is a slow growing stemless succulent with thick, fleshy, grey-green leaves with serrated edges. Although Aloe vera is typically found outdoors in equatorial climates it is more than happy grown in a pot inside in our more temperate climate. It is an easy plant to care for and is well known for its healing and air purification properties.
Hold your horses! Be sure not to overwater your Aloe vera Clumb, instead water sparingly every 2-3 weeks.
Skip the snip! If you can, avoid trimming your Aloe vera Clumb as this can cause stress and shock.
Drain away baby! Aloe vera needs well-draining soil as it will not be happy sitting in excess water which can lead to lower leaf rot.
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