How To Grow Aloe Vera

How To Grow Aloe Vera

Aloe vera is not only a uniquely stunning plant, but it is also one of the most beneficial plants you can have in your home. This is why we want to let you know how to grow aloe vera.

Knowing How To Grow Aloe Vera To Its best

Yes, it is true that aloe vera is one of nature’s most durable and resistant plants. However, with the right amount of care, you can ensure that yours will flourish and stand out in your garden for years to come. If this sounds good to you then keep reading because we have some handy tips to help get you started with this easy to grow succulent.


The aloe vera plant is adaptable to most types of climates. The plant thrives best in tropical and subtropical climates. However, the plant also grows very well if it is in cold or warm temperatures. Also, as long as there is no frost, the plant will be durable in arid and semi-arid conditions as well.


Just like most other succulents, the aloe vera plant will prefer soil that can provide quick and reliable drainage. If you use soil that retains too much water and stays moist for too long it can lead to root rot and other issues that will greatly impact your aloe vera’s ability to grow.


The position of the aloe vera plant is another aspect of it that shows it isn’t a picky plant to care for. Just put the plant outside in the full sun and it will love it. It is rare that you will have to worry about getting too much morning or afternoon sun when caring for these plants. Also, if you want yours to be an indoor plant just put it somewhere where it will receive a lot of light.


Aloe vera plants need very little water to survive, so long as you water them on the odd occasion.

How To Grow Aloe Vera From Cuttings

Another great way to grow your aloe vera is by using cuttings. Whether you got a cutting as a gift from a friend or relative or you’re trying your hand at propagation to increase the number you have in your house, we have some simple steps for you to follow if you want to know how to grow aloe vera from cuttings.

Step one: find the small plants — these are known as pups — at the base of your main aloe vera and gently remove them.

Step two: Brush away an excess, so you can clearly see the roots of the pups.

Step three: Remove any damaged roots or damaged parts of the pup’s root system.

Step four: Report your cutting in a pot with loose and well-draining soil. Preferably this soil should be for succulents. You may also want to give making your own potting mix a try. Also, remember to keep the new cutting somewhere sunny in your garden.

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