Aloe Vera is a bright green indoor plant with light spots & spikes on the leaves. She is known for her curative properties and is popular because of the Aloe Vera gel found inside her leaves.
Small: 3.5 - 4 inch standard nursery pot
Good strong light, even with some direct sunlight will surely help her thrive.
Usually every 2-3 weeks once the soil has fully dried out. Use the 'soak & dry' method - completely soak the soil and water again only once the soil is fully dried out.
Plant Specific Care
Too much fertilizer can produce very soft and bendy leaves which is normally undesirable in the rigid structural striking varieties. It's a good idea to feed only once in spring and once again in summer with either a cactus or an all-purpose feed.
Only feed established plants.