Aloë Vera


Who am I?
Hello, my name is Aloe Vera. I am a succulent, or succulent, and belong to the Asphodel family.

Where do I come from?
I am originally from the Arabian Peninsula. This is the area in which Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates are located. Today I am grown all over the world, this is mainly due to the many uses of my juice. I am used for drinks, wound care, sunscreen and cosmetics.

How big will I get?
My thick leaf grows from the base and reaches a maximum height of about 60cm and 8cm wide at the base, after which it forms into a point. My leaves are pressed together and are blue-green in color.

How much do I want to drink?
Because my origin is in the Arab part of the world, I need little moisture. This is because I can store water in my gelatinous leaves. Don’t give me too much water, especially in the colder months I can go weeks without water.

Where do I want to be and what temperatures do I like?
You can place me anywhere between partial shade and full sun. I can tolerate a lot of direct sunlight, something I learned in my home country.



Step 1: Place the coco tablets in the pot and pour 200 ml of water on it.

Step 2: Plant two seeds as deep as they are large, make sure the seeds are completely covered with soil. It may also be a lack of water, but this is usually not the case. You can keep the other seeds if the seeds do not germinate after the indicated period.

Step 3: Cover the pot with cling film and put the pot in a warm, bright place.

Step 4: keep the soil moist during the germination process.

Step 5: give your plant(s) a name!

Step 6: wait, the germination of this plant takes 2 to 4 weeks


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