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Growing  Aloe Vera herb plant | Easy tips and care

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Growing  Aloe Vera herb plant | Easy tips and care

There are 250 of species in the entire world, mostly native to Africa. You can very easily grow, Aloe Vera in your garden. It’s caring very simple.  Aloe Vera is a well-known succulent plant, which is often seen in every garden. In its leaves, a gel is found which has healing qualities, due to which it is grown all over as a major medicinal plant. Its leaves are very beautiful, it is easy to develop in the container in the house. If this plant is cared for, it can survive for many years.

Growing Condition

Its plantations need to focus on 2 things.

  • 1 soil
  • Location

Aloe Vera is very important to grow indoors or out in the garden. It requires an open sunny but in summer its leaves yellow/brown. Aloe Verra doesn’t require water every day. It is very sensitive to extreme cold. Aloe Vera is excellent in the Sun.

This plant is quite popular, so you can bring from the nearest nursery. The container slightly larger and more width accept depth. Because this plant spreads and mother plant, as well as around several small Aloe Vera children (0ffsets), come out. The soil should be completely soaked but be allowed to dry again before re-watering. Regular watering is not necessary.

The choice of a soil, as well as the use of organic compost, will result in better If you grow in the pot you can put the approx 4-5 hour in full sun. The plants need less water, even if you give the water, plant growth is good. If you live in a mild climate, then you must put your container near to window for more light of the Sun. Read more.

Planting inside the house

If you look this plant inside the house, keep in mind that proper lighting is very important for this plant. It grows very well inside the house if it gets the proper light. The window made on the south side of the room is the ideal place for this, though they grow well in artificial lighting. If there is no lighting in your home, then you can definitely use it.

You transfer your plant to the sun in the summer, but keep in mind when outside first time. After being constantly kept in the shade, they become sensitive to sunlight. So take it slowly in the sunlight, otherwise, it can burn its leaves.

Aloe Vera Care

  • Aloe Vera likes water, so give it water deeply. But keep in mind the root rot in the plants. To avoid root rot, when soil 1 to 2 inches dry, give the plant water again.
  • Aloe Vera plants produce offsets, which many people call aloe Vera infants. You can carefully remove this new infants plant. To separate the offset from the Aloe Vera, see closely where the infant plants are attached, carefully separated from the knife.Put it in a pot filled with potting mix. Place the plant in the sunny location. Give water after about a week. Find it more.

Fertilizer for Aloe Vera

The Aloe vera’s plant does not require fertilizer, however, it still benefits if fertilizer is given during the growing season (from spring to summer). Well,  I advise you to use organic compost for your plant, rather than chemical fertilizer, especially if you get gel from the plant. Organic manure is ideal for it.

You can also use homemade compost for your plant. Fish emulsion and liquid seagrass are natural liquid fertilizers for this. Do not fertilize this plant during the fall or winter season.

 Pests and disease

  • Aloe Vera is sensitive to commonly found pests such as mealybugs and scales etc.
  • Avoid giving more water to the plant to prevent this from some common diseases such as root rot, rot in the leaf and fungal stem.

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