Common name: Aloe Vera
Scientific name: Aloe Barbadensis
Aloe is a cactus-like succulent that grows in the deserts of North America. It’s called the healing plant because the gel inside the leaf is known to soothe and heal the skin from burns, injury, dry skin, and more. It can also be taken internally for weightloss and IBS.
Aloe is a beautiful addition to your home (indoor & outdoor) and great to have on hand for its healing properties!
Pot Type: Terracotta, glazed ceramic, plastic potters and a saucer saucer. Top dressings include river pebbles, red or grey lava rocks, or white stone.
Light: Full Sun
Water: When the top 2in of soil are dry.
Indoor: 2-3 weeks in summer;
3-4 weeks in winter
Outdoor: 2 weeks in summer;
Bring inside during the winter.
Use the finger method or a moisture meter to test the soil, as various pots/top dressings, as well as placement in your space will determine how often it needs to be watered.
Temperature: 36°-100°, will not survive winter (snow) in northern states.
Humidity: Low humidity
Fertilize: Once a month during spring/summer or heavy growth periods.
Repot: Every two years, or if you see the roots coming out of the drainage hole.
All plants have been blessed and come with a crystal to help it grow with good energy.
Crystal Name: Tree Agate
Benefits: Connections to Nature, Calming, Grounding, Inner Stability, Heart chakra
Plants come with a care card!