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Aloevera - :- Succulent Plan

Aloevera is a plant which grows inhouse as well as in outdoor. It's one of the most hardiest plant. It is a succulent and stores water and food in its stem . Aloe vera is the scientific name of this plant. It lives 5-10 years and proliferate new branches easily. It's leaves are fleshy thick and green to grey-green in colour. This is the plant which anybody can grow with minimum or no care.

How to Grow and Care for Aloe Vera:
Mainly common people grow Aloe Vera plant as a houseplant to decorate their balcony. Some framer grow it commercially in the field to produce health care products.
Aloe vera needs sandy soil or a cactus potting medium to grow in containers. Aloevera requires little watering and virtually no fertilizer. Its an easy-care house plant for beginners
Soil: It can grow in any kind of media. But Sandy soil is the most preferred one. Garden soil, sand and compost mixture ratio should be 40:40:20
Watering: It's a succulent . It needs less water. It likes dry sandy soil. If you water 1 to 2 times in a week is enough. Even it will be live if you do not water for a month. Its very hardy plant.
Pot: It can be grown in clay or plastic post. Clay plot is preferred. Pot size should be 6 inch or bigger.
Pest Control: Normally pest attack does not happen in Aloe Vera. You do not need any pesticides.
Fertilization: It does not need very frequent fertilization. Just give some small amount (25 mg approx) NPK once in 3 months per pot.

Propagating Aloevera:
Aloe Vera plant start expanding new branches once its near about 6 months old. It easily grow and generates new branches. We can take out those new branches and repot them in a new pot. Gradually you can grow multiple plants from one plant easily within one year span of time.

Types of Aloevera:
There are near about three hundred types of Aloevera plants. . With right growing conditions, it can produce spiky flowers at the end of stalks in shades of yellow, red, or orange. Young plants don’t generally flower, and aloe grown as a houseplant can take years to produce flower stalks. Still, this fast-growing succulent will reach its mature size in three to four years and produces pups that can be repotted or given as gifts to other plant lovers. No green thumb is required. Consuming the leaves is toxic for people
Aloe vera needs sandy soil or a cactus potting medium to thrive in containers

Benifits Of Aloe Vera:
  • It can be used for rooting hormone to grow plants from cuttings
  • It has antioxidant and antibacterial properties.
  • It does wound healing
  • It cure constipation.
  • It improve skin and prevent wrinkles. Most of the skin care products derived from Aloe Vera fleshy content
  • It lowers blood sugar levels.
  • It reduces dental plaque.
  • It helps treat canker sores.