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Aloe Vera

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Aloe Vera is a world-renowned succulent with magical healing abilities and striking fleshy, green, architectural leaves, that will bring a touch of calm to any room in your home or office. This extremely popular indoor plant is one of the easiest plants to look after and is also excellent at purifying the air.

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Plant Happiness

To see me at my best

Let me bask in the sunshine and water me only when my soil is dry.

Plant Care Tips

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From spring to autumn water me when my soil is dry, in winter water sparingly.

White sun

Place me in a sunny spot in a south-facing room.

Plant Care fertiliser

Fertilise me once a month from spring to autumn.

About Aloe Vera

History

Based on recent DNA profiling, Aloe vera is thought to have originated from the Arabian peninsula. Aloe vera has been held in high regard by cultures all around the world for thousands of years. The Egyptians called the Aloe Vera the "plant of immortality" and it is said that Cleopatra used its sap on a daily basis. Today the plant is regarded as a wonder across the world as it used to treat a range of skin conditions.

Cultivation

Large scale agricultural production of Aloe vera takes place in many warm and dry places across the world including Australia, Mexico, India, Spain and the United States.

Care

Aloe vera loves being kept in a bright sunny position, with infrequent but thorough watering.

Did you know?

The name, Aloe vera comes from two root words, the Arabic word "aloeh", which means bitter, and the Latin word "vera" which means truth.

Toxicity

If ingested this plant can be toxic or poisonous so keep away from dogs, cats or other pets and small children.

Also Known As

Aloe Barbadensis

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Plants arrived on the early on day scheduled. They were wrapped in recyclable material to protect the plants. They are excellent quality plants and look forward for them growing.

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Valerie P

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Love aloe Vera and this one didn’t disappoint. Healthy long “leaves” and fresh shoots coming out.

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