Le 13 octobre 2016, 08:22 dans Humeurs • 0
Aloe Vera, known as the treatment plant is easy to care for indoors or in the garden. It is a drought tolerant succulent that grows well in dry shade to part sun. bright green stalks to grow in length and 1 foot to 2 inches thick They usually have creamy white stripes or spots along the leaf. Aloe plants grow upright and spread with time by creating offsets.
Perennial aloe produces dramatic, bright orange flowers on long stalks in spring and summer. Used medicinally aloe vera is beneficial for burns, cuts, scrapes, insect bites and other skin irritations. Water-wise aloe is great for in dry gardens with other succulents and cacti. No heat matter as long as you do not get too much sun. Aloe does best in light or dappled shade on the terrace or on the windowsill. It is even reliable in dry shade. One to two hours of direct sunlight is abundant. Dark brown or orange spots on the leaves are a sign of sunburn.
Aloe vera is easy to care for and needs water only once a month or when the stems become wrinkled. Planted in the soil, can tolerate more drought and will grow slightly larger. Aloe is cold hardy to around 45 degrees. Mine have survived a light dusting of frost, but generally have protection. They will not let them outdoors in the open if Jack Frost visits your site frequently. Interiors, which are suitable for the hot dry conditions the average house.