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Having an aloe burn plant nearby is always a good idea. Taking care of an aloe plant in your home, or even outdoors, is an easy task. With the proper growing conditions and aloe plant care information, you can easily grow aloe plants. The following tips will help get you started.
Growing aloe from seeds is rewarding, pretty easy and can afford you the opportunity to have some exotic and rare plants in your collection. This article will help get you started with propagating aloe seeds.
Does Aloe bloom? Aloe flowers are not often formed in interior situations, but you can give the plant some special care and exposure to encourage blooming on mature plants. Click this article for some tips for flowering Aloe vera plants.
Growing your own aloe plants and harvesting aloe leaves for smoothies and other consumables allows you to get the freshest supply of this amazing plant. Learn how to harvest aloe vera in this article.
Aloe plants are common indoor succulents due to their ease of care. A sticky aloe plant is likely a symptom of some type of insect infestation unless you grow it under a sappy plant. Why is aloe sticky? Learn more in this article.
Aloe plants produce offsets, also known as pups, as part of their growth cycle. Dividing aloe plants away from the parent produces a whole new aloe to enjoy. Get a brief tutorial on how to divide aloe plants in this article.
Tiger aloe plants, with their streaked leaves and salmon pink flowers, will amaze the succulent lover. They are a unique cultivar. Learn how to care for a tiger aloe in this article.
Aloe vera is a popular houseplant, and many people want to share them with friends. So can aloe plants be grown from leaf cuttings or offshoots? Find out in this article. Click her for more information.