Aloe vera is a succulent plant species of the genus Aloe. Having many medicinal uses, Aloe is an evergreen perennial that prefers a bright, sunny place otherwise it will go dormant and stop growing. Water the plant heavily about once every two weeks, waiting until the soil dries out fully. Being a desert species, keeping the dirt moist will cause the roots to rot. Limp or brown leaves also signal you've overdone the H20.  Aloe for health - Topically, Aloe Vera helps heal burns due to its soothing, moisturizing and cooling properties. Aloe has also been used to help clear acne.

Planting Info
Full sun to part shade. Allow plenty of room as plant spreads. Water deeply but infrequently to avoid root rot.  Mature aloe vera plants often produce offsets also known as plantlets, pups, or “babies". They can be removed to produce an new plants.

Aloe Vera (bare root)

  • Pick-Up from Farm Gate, must be arranged ahead of time. We will contact you when order is received.  *Delivery available to some areas.  If you prefer delivery, leave us a message in check-out with your suburb and we will be in touch. A small delivery fee may apply.

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