A soothing succulent that is the perfect companion for your bathroom.
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How to care
Aloe Vera plants love bright, indirect sunlight. Close to a West or South facing window is ideal.
Allow top third of soil to dry out in between watering. Generally this will be every 2-3 weeks in the spring and summer months. Significantly less in the Autumn and Winter months. Do not to leave your Aloe Vera sitting in water for more than 15 minutes.
Does not require extra humidity. Can handle dry air.
Sad Plant Signs
Yellowing leaves: Too much direct sunlight and/or not enough water. Brown or mushy leaves: Plant has been over watered or has too much humidity. Leave to dry out completely and/or reposition.
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Aloe vera is a succulent, with foliage that is grey to green colour and often features white spots on their surfaces. They have sharp spines along their edges and are the source of the colourless gel found in many commercial and medicinal products. An easy, quirky addition to your collection.
Be playful with proportions and add depth & visual interest to your favourite room by mixing leafy textures, shapes, & patterns.
The Aloe Vera succulent is used worldwide, not just for its quirky looking foliage but its core produces a gel that is used in many medicinal products. This succulent originates from Oman, Western Asia and is naturally found growing in rocky and exposed areas in dry climates. The Ancient Egyptians claimed that is said to have been used by Cleopatra as part of her beauty regime more than 2,000 years ago.
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