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Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is also called the “Miracle plant”. There are good reasons for this. It’s renowned worldwide for having medicinal properties  that  rejuvenate, soothe and heal the human body.


Aloe is a stemless succulent plant with thick and fleshy leaves with serrated margins. While it grows wild in several tropical climates, it alsogrows indoor successfully as a potted plant. It is relatively resistant to most insect pests. Which again means you don’t have to spend your time swatting away those pests from leaves and have a ready remedy at hand for those cuts, bruises and skin ailments!


Care Instructions For Growing Aloe Vera Plant Indoors

  • Maintenance of plant :

    It requires a moderate level of care to ensure it doesn’t shrivel up with too much watering or burn out under too much sunlight.

    The plant requires bright, sunny conditions to grow well. It’s best if you place it under south or west facing windows.

    Aloe requires well-drained sandy potting soil to grow well. Experts recommend to use commercially available packages of “cacti and succulent mix” to ensure excess water drains out easily. To help this process along, it’s better to use terracotta pots to grow aloe since they are porous.

    You need to bear in mind that since Aloe is a succulent plant like cacti, it does best under dry conditions. Aloe vera plants cannot tolerate standing water. Ensure that the pot is completely dry before you re-water.