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Aloe Vera, Ghrita-kumari is the well known Medicinal plant with a ornamental and cultural belief.
It tends to be planted outdoor as well as indoor. Plant in bright, sunny location in a well drainage pot. Spread the root ball when planting however don’t give the leaves touch the soil.
You can make the ideal soil by blending perlite, sand, and ordinary gardening soil .A south-facing window would be a perfect spot for an indoor Aloe plant. You can spread it by the division or stem cutting.
The leaves are thick and plump, green to dark green, with certain assortments demonstrating white spots on stem surfaces.
Caring Tips of Aloe Vera:
Daylight: Full sun to partial shade
Soil: Well-drained, sandy gardening soil
Water: Water a plant when the soil feels dry to touch. Reduce watering in the winter as it goes in dormant condition.
Temperature: 16 to 35 degrees C
Fertilizer: Use any natural compost