• Aloe Vera
  • Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera

The succulent of healing, protection, and good luck, Aloe Vera is a low-maintenance plant packed full of goodness. Plenty of bright light and infrequent watering is all it needs to grow in abundance. Snip a healthy Aloe leaf at any time to use for skincare, smoothies, and wounds.

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Place in bright, indirect sunlight or artificial light. A western or southern window is ideal. Aloe that are kept in low light often grow leggy. 


Water aloe vera plants deeply, but infrequently. Every 3 weeks and even more sparingly during the winter. To discourage root rot, allow the soil to dry at least 1 to 2 inches deep between waterings. Don’t let your plant sit in water.


Aloe is super hardy and can handle temperatures up to about 85 degrees Fahrenheit and very cold temperatures down to nearly freezing. They don’t need much humidity at all, so they should be fine in your home even if you live in a dry climate. 


Mildly toxic for cats and dogs. 


Stemless or very short-stemmed with thick, greenish, fleshy leaves that fan out from the plant’s central stem. The margin of the leaf is serrated with small teeth. Perfect in the kitchen or a location without sustained bright light. 


The Aloe Vera has tremendous healing properties. The gel inside its leaves is full of vitamins (digestible in liquids or foods) and naturally antibacterial making it ideal for treating minor cuts and burns including sunburn. The aloe vera gel can help improve dry skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis. To harness the healing powers of this plant simply snap off a leaf, open it up and rub the inside of the leaves over the affected area for instant relief or scrape into your smoothies.


Spiritual Upliftment, Protection & Good Luck.

In Africa and other ancient cultures, this plant was often kept in and around the home for protection and good luck. It is even said that its presence on a spiritual and energetic level cleanses whatever space it's in from evil spirits.


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Arriving to you in careful packaging:

  • Live Aloe Vera plant 
  • Temporary 6-inch nursery pot
  • Care card with tips for success


We recommend a ceramic planter with a drainage hole to provide ideal moisture balance for your Aloe Vera. When repotting, keep your plant in a planter of the same size or no more than 2 inches larger.  

Ideal soil amendments include combining coco coir, sand, and/or perlite with your standard potting mix.