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Aloe

Botanical Name

Name

Family Name

Name

Our Varieties

Name Variety 1

Aloe

Botanical Name

Name

Family Name

Name

Our Varieties

Name Variety 1

Aloe

Aloe vera
Aloeaceae

Temperature

  • Growth: 20-28°C

Light

  • Aloe does best with plenty of light.
  • 12 to 14 hours per day are recommended for growing indoors with Bulbo lights.
  • If the plant's leaves lose natural color streaks, it means that the lighting is poor. Try adding an extra hour of Bulbo light. 

Soil

  • Aloe likes a very sandy soil. Use gravel for the bottom layer and mix three parts sand with one part garden soil for best results.
  • For aloe, we recommend this soil mix.

Time Of Growth

  • Aloe is a plant which grows fairly fast for a succulent.
  • If you see new stalks forming, you know your plant is doing well. 

HOW TO START

  • Aloe can be multiplied through leaf cuttings. Cut a stalk and leave in a dark, open space for three to four days to release any moisture. Then transplant the stalk into your pot filled with sandy soil mix. The container should have a diameter of at least twice the length of the leaf base in order to ensure the best growing conditions. A very deep pot is not needed because the roots grow quite shallowly. 

WATERING & CARE

  • Aloe tolerates drought well. Water once a week, making sure that the ground is dry before the next watering.

How To Use

  • The plant is the source of aloe vera gel that can be used to heal burns and wounds.

Nutritional Values

for 100 g of product
Potassium: - mg
Phosphorus: - mg
Calcium: - mg
Sodium: - mg
Iron: - mg
Aloe vera
Aloeaceae

Temperature

  • Growth: 20-28°C

Light

  • Aloe does best with plenty of light.
  • 12 to 14 hours per day are recommended for growing indoors with Bulbo lights.
  • If the plant's leaves lose natural color streaks, it means that the lighting is poor. Try adding an extra hour of Bulbo light. 

Soil

  • Aloe likes a very sandy soil. Use gravel for the bottom layer and mix three parts sand with one part garden soil for best results.
  • For aloe, we recommend this soil mix.

Time Of Growth

  • Aloe is a plant which grows fairly fast for a succulent.
  • If you see new stalks forming, you know your plant is doing well. 

HOW TO START

  • Aloe can be multiplied through leaf cuttings. Cut a stalk and leave in a dark, open space for three to four days to release any moisture. Then transplant the stalk into your pot filled with sandy soil mix. The container should have a diameter of at least twice the length of the leaf base in order to ensure the best growing conditions. A very deep pot is not needed because the roots grow quite shallowly. 

WATERING & CARE

  • Aloe tolerates drought well. Water once a week, making sure that the ground is dry before the next watering.

How To Use

  • The plant is the source of aloe vera gel that can be used to heal burns and wounds.

Nutritional Values

for 100 g of product
Potassium: - mg
Phosphorus: - mg
Calcium: - mg
Sodium: - mg
Iron: - mg