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Aloe variegated

Aloe variegated

This amazing plant is otherwise known as medicine plant due to the healing powers of the sap in it's succulent... read more

A South African native, this decorative varigated Aloe has striking leaves arranged into rosettes on tall stems.

This amazing plant is otherwise known as medicine plant due to the healing powers of the sap in it's succulent leaves, it’s useful for many skin conditions as it eases pain and reduces inflammation.

It also makes a great houseplant; very easy to grow it will thrive on any sunny windowsill with the minimum of effort.

Ideal houseplant Very easy to grow Can be grown indoor and outdoor


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Aloe variegated - 1 plant

Aloe variegated - 1 plant A04553 - Aloe Variegated

  • Delivered as pot plant
  • Delivery height including pot 20 cm
  • decorative planter not included
Pot size 12 cm - Delivery height including pot 20 cm - Delivered as pot plant - Decorative planter not included 31 pcs in stock

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Aloe Variegated

A South African native, this decorative varigated Aloe has striking leaves arranged into rosettes on tall stems.

This amazing plant is otherwise known as medicine plant due to the healing powers of the sap in it's succulent leaves, it’s useful for many skin conditions as it eases pain and reduces inflammation.

It also makes a great houseplant; very easy to grow it will thrive on any sunny windowsill with the minimum of effort.

Details Aloe variegated

  • Ideal houseplant
  • Very easy to grow
  • Can be grown Indoor and Outdoor
  • Pot size: 12 cm
  • Full grown: 3 Years
  • Full grown height: 75 - 100 cm
  • Plant location: sunny
  • Plant spacing: 30 cm
  • Hardiness: Not hardy
  • Preferred soil: Well drained

How to take care of Aloe Variegated

Use a pot with drainage holes and a good potting mix such as 'cacti mix' soil. Place Aloe Variegated plant near a window that gets plenty of sun, can also be moved outdoors during summer. Choose a location not in direct light because harsh sunlight can cause it to turn brown.

Be careful not to overwater; this is a succulent plant. During winter it will become dormant so you can reduce the watering. During the summer months, the soil should be soaked, but then be allowed to dry out completely again before re-watering.

Aloes have a shallow, spreading root system, when it is time to re-pot choose a wide planter, rather than a deep one. When it is root bound, it will be top heavy and will send out more new shoots or pups.

Remove new shoots when they are 10 cm high and replant in their own pots. If not, they’ll suck life from the mother plant. Signs of this happening: The mother will get bright green and spread its leaves horizontally rather than vertically.

Leaves that lie flat instead is usually because of insufficient light. Leaves are thin and curled is lack of watering. Very slow growth means High alkaline soil or water; too damp for too long; not enough light; too much fertilizer.

When you need to use it medicinally, just remove a lower leaf from the plant, slice it open, and apply the gel on the affected area.

Customer reviews

Margaret R., Glasgow

Plants were in very good condition and they arrived well packaged. I was pleased with both the prices and the delivery time.

      Excellent
11-07-2019

Reginald E., Leeds

Quick delivery,well packaged , healthy plants.Will use again.

     Excellent
09-07-2019

Susie C., Devon

The plants were delivered in a secure box and they were healthy and the soil hadn’t dried out. I was pleased with the quality of the plants I received.

      Excellent
08-07-2019

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