Aloe Vera Plant Care Guide
Aloe Vera can be grown in the garden or a pot. It can handle drought, but you should water the plants regularly. Allow the soil to dry out completely before you water the plant.
Aloe plants can salvage nutrients in harsh soil. They do not do well in high fertile soils. Feed your aloe Vera plants with a fertilizer once a year.
The soil should be well-draining. Poor soil drainage causes the leaves of the plant to turn yellow, and they may die.
Avoid leaving your aloe plants in direct sunlight. Bright light and partial shade are ideal for the plant since direct sun scorches the plants' leaves.