How to Grow and Care Aloe ‘Black Beauty’ | Growing medicine plant Aloe

How to Grow and Care Aloe ‘Black Beauty’ | Growing medicine plant Aloe

Aloe ‘Black Beauty’ (Aloe rauhii and Aloe parvula)

Aloe’ Black Beauty’ is a seductive mix of Aloe rauhii and Aloe parvula. In its mature form, the plant can grow to a height of 30 cm (12 inches) and an overall diameter of 20 cm (8 inches). The leaves of the plant are green when alright but turn red when stressed. With enough sunlight, its dark, stiff leaves can turn purple. aloe barbadensis miller leaves are stiff, bumpy, and also dark. Spring is also a wonderful time to see the coral-colored flowers of this aloe succulent. It is difficult to plant this type of succulent medicine plant from its cuttings.

Overview of Aloe (aloe barbadensis miller)

Botanical name                    Aloe barbadensis miller

Common name                   Aloe Vera, घीकुमारी

Plant type                             Medicine Plant

Sun required                        Full  sunlight

Soil                                           Well-drained, succulent soil

Soil pH                                    7.0-8.5

Zone                                        8-11

Aloe ‘Black Beauty’
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How to Grow and Care Aloe ‘Black Beauty’

It is very simple to grow and care for black beauty. In order to propagate Aloe ‘Black Beauty’, offsets are the most successful method with plants appearing immediately on offsets. It is hard to grow this type of succulent from its cuttings. As long as the moisture content is high in the leaf, re-rooting the succulent will not be an option. Therefore, removing offsets is the best method.

The best way to begin is to propagate from a pup and wait for it to grow large enough to separate from the main plant. Baby plants grow away from the plant’s main roots and are attached to the main root. You should wait for this offset to be around 1/5 as large as the main plant. It may be necessary to remove pups from a very old succulent when they are very small. In order to grow a succulent from offsets, they must be mature. You should remove excess soil around the offset when you separate it from the main plant. Root systems for offsets should be complete. Wait one week before watering the offset after it has been removed. Make sure it is planted in an offset mixture that is well-drained. Once you have completed this process, your new Aloe is ready.


Those who grow black beauty will need fast-draining succulent soil. The soil will stay dry and excess water will quickly drain, which is critical when growing this succulent. It’s very likely that your succulent will suffer root rot if you don’t use fast/well-draining succulent soil. This type of rot causes succulents to die, and it’s the most common reason why they die. Mold and bacteria grow in the soil if it stays wet for several days without drying. This results in root rot. Still, they will begin attacking the roots of your aloe black beauty factory, If earth and bacteria start appearing.


‘Black Beauty’ requires typical succulent watering procedures. Midwinter is the best time to grow ‘Black Beauty. The succulent plant requires little water as it is drought resistant like other succulents. A method of watering is by soaking and drying. Aloe black beauty succulents only need to be watered once per week. Watering this succulent properly is the key to keeping it healthy and happy. It’s crucial to keep track of how often you water your aloe black beauty succulent.

Make sure you provide enough water for your succulent plant. It will definitely look dry or wrinkled if aloe black beauty etna succulents are under-watered. The leaves of underwater succulents are often dry and wrinkled, and they need to be watered right away.


Providing at least six hours of direct sunlight every single day is very important for the aloe black beauty is succulent. A succulent can grow healthy and happy under this amount of sunlight. Succulents should not be completely in the shadow when planting. It is imperative that you let this succulent get its sun if you want to see its beautiful colors. A lack of nutrients will result in a pale appearance and a loss of its beautiful color.

It is important to avoid too much sun exposure for this succulent, as too much sun will cause sunburn and dry leaves. A situation like this isn’t healthy and will lead to future health problems. Provide some partial shade for your black aloe succulent so it can get away from the burning sun.


Make sure you plant your aloe black beauty in the right size succulent pots, and that your succulent pots have drainage holes. Furthermore, a succulent pot that includes a drainage hole is crucial. Without a drainage hole in your succulent pot, your succulent may sit in a puddle of water for several days.

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