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Aloe Vera Plant with Happy Metal Pot

Aloe Vera Plant with Happy Metal Pot

Regular price Rs. 399.00
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A species of succulent plant belonging to the Aloe genus is aloe vera. The plant is stemless or has very short stems and has thick, fleshy, greenish leaves that sprawl out from the center. The leaf's edge has teeth and serrations.

All about the Plant

  1. Plant Essentials

Temperature: Because they are accustomed to growing in a hot region, aloe plants prefer to be warm. Keep your plant away from the direct path of fans or air conditioners as it will grow in a warm location.

Soil: The ideal potting soil has good drainage.

Water: Although the aloe is a succulent plant used to dry conditions, its thick leaves nevertheless require enough water.

Fertilizer: From March through September, fertilize your aloe as often as once per month. For aloe plants to flourish, the wintertime requires respite. Reduce your waterings and refrain from fertilizing it throughout these months.

Propagation: Offsets, also known as plantlets, pups, or "babies," are frequently produced by mature aloe vera plants and can be removed to create a completely new plant.

Common Problems

Pests:  Dried-out leaf tips are one sign that your aglaonema is becoming more problematic. Tipping is a term used to describe this and can indicate several problems, including overwatering and an excess of fertilizer.

Dried leaves:  Give your plant a sizable drink of water and keep a closer eye on it to prevent the soil from entirely drying up because drooping leaves indicate that your plant is thirsty.

  1. Style and Décor

Light: Your aloe's stems will extend out toward the window and weaken if it doesn't receive enough sunshine. Pick a position with direct sunlight, such as a sunny windowsill. Make sure your plant receives at least 6 hours of sunlight each day in the ideal world.

Location: Place in direct or brightly lit artificial light. The best window is one facing west or south. Low-light aloe plants can get lanky.

Styling/décor tip: If you intend to maintain an aloe vera plant inside your home, placing it close to a window is typically a good option. No need to overwater the plant; doing so could harm it.

Out-standing Features

They are quite simple to grow, generate an astounding noise wherever they are planted, purify the air, and just give your trendy contemporary interiors an eco-friendly appearance.

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