Aloe vera, commonly known as Medicinal Aloe, is native to the arid regions of north-eastern and southern parts of Africa and Madagascar. It has been widely grown as an ornamental plant. Aloe vera is popular with modern gardeners as a putatively medicinal plant and for its interesting flowers, form, and succulence.
It is a very easy plant to care for, making it a staple in many homes. These succulent plants are known for their ability to thrive under virtually any conditions, as they grow equally well indoors and outdoors with minimal care.
Planting and care
It can be planted outdoor as well as indoor. Plant in a bright, sunny location in a well-drainage pot. Do not plough so much deep as the leaves may get the infection from the soil. Cover the root ball when planting but do not let the leaves touch the soil.
You can make the perfect soil by mixing perlite, sand, and regular potting soil. A south-facing window would be an ideal spot for an indoor Aloe plant.
Sunlight: Full sun to partial shade.
Soil: Well-drained sandy-loam soil.
Temperature: 16 to 35 degrees C
Fertilizer: Apply any organic fertilizer.