Aloe Humilis

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Maintenance Level
Moderate
Placements
Outdoor-Sunny or Indoor
Toxic
YES
Fragrance
None
Seasons
Spring
Plant Height
6" to 12"

 Water Frequency

Winter

Alternate Day

Summer

Weekly

  Fertilizer Frequency

Winter

Every Month

Summer

Every Month
1
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The genus Aloe contains around 300 species of succulent plants grown for both their exquisite flowers and fleshy foliage. These plants typically develop a rosette of linear, triangular or sword shaped leaves with short, sharp thorns along the leaf edges and tips. Some develop very large, woody trunk-like bases and look very much like trees while others simply spread along the ground, rooting as they go. Leaves range in color from dark green to blue-green and often feature exotic spots and stripes. Some aloes take on potent red or orange hues when stressed by drought.

 

Soil Need

Potting Soil mix

Fertilizer (type)

Vermi Compost

Growth Pattern

Slow

Pruning

Every Month

Re-Potting

Every 3-4 Month

Process :

 

1. It can tolarate light shade, but the plant looks its best when grown in full sun.
2. Well drained soil is required, use 2 parts coarse sand, 1 part well sived compose and 2 parts washed sand from the garden.
3. Careful watering, especially in winter months.

 

  1. Fresh Gel Helps to Relieve Sunburns
  2. Natural Healing Property
 

Do's

1. Use a good-quality cactus fertilizer, or fertilizer with low nitrogen content.
2. Prune only to remove wayward, dead, diseased, or top-heavy growth.

 

Don'ts

1. Avoid over-watering, as it is drought tolerant pant.
2. Avoid over-fertilizing.

 

 

 

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