Aloe vera Clumb

Size Guide
SIZE: Pot Diameter x Total Height
Size Tip: Fits in a pot with a 12.5cm+ opening

Plant Care: Succulent Focus Nutrition

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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.

Aloe vera Clumb Care & Info Guide

Light: Aloe prefer Bright, indirect sun light. They can tolerate some lower light levels, but may become long and leggy. If this occurs, move to a brighter location.

Water: Drought tolerant the Aloe does best in dry conditions. Water every 2-3 weeks during the summer months, when top 5cm of soil has become dry. After watering, allow to dry out before watering again. Less water is required in winter. Aloe vera will not tolerate excess watering or standing in water as this will lead to rotting stems. Allow the plant to drain freely after watering.

Temperature: Average household temperatures between 13-27 degrees. Can withstand lows of 10°C, but no lower.

Ultimate height: 60cm. Slow growing.

Feed: Aloe vera should not require additional feeding, but if your plant looks like it could do with a boost, apply a phosphorus-heavy, water-based fertiliser at half-strength during the spring. View Plant Nutrition

Origin: Tropical and Southern Africa.