Methods of growing aloe Vera are pretty simple and straight forward.
Aloe vera originated from Africa and was easily grown in the desert
areas of Egypt. The plant has the ability to survive for long periods
without water. Aloe Vera can be seen as a wise plant. It stores up food
and nutrients in its leaves to compensate for days when it does not have
access to water or nutrients. It has thick layers around the leaves
that protects it from drying out. The aloe vera plant has double the
photosynthetic properties of other plants. Therefore, it will need more
exposure to sunlight than regular plants. There are two main methods of
growing the aloe vera plant (Watering and Sunlight). Methods of Growing Aloe Vera Indoors in a Pot
aloe vera plants require the same methods of growing discussed above.
Make sure the indoor temperature of the house is at least above 50
degrees. The aloe vera plant is not really sensitive to humidity. Make
sure the pot of the aloe vera plant has holes at the bottom (of course).
A drainage tray should be used.Methods of Growing Aloe Vera Plants Outdoor
methods used to grow aloe vera outside are a no brainer and is much
easier than growing aloe vera in a pot indoors. Aloe grows easily in dry
or tropical environments. Kick starting the growth process may need a
little technique. One of the methods of growing aloe vera outdoors is to
plant it on a mound. It likes to be slightly higher on the soil. During
the first two weeks, you may have to water it. However, I have never
watered aloe vera before, it just grows by itself. Outdoor aloe vera
plants can endure much higher levels of stress than the potted aloe vera
plants. Observing and Monitoring the Aloe Vera Plant
an eye on the plant is a very important method of growing aloe vera.
The plant should be monitored in order to observe signs of stress. The
plant should be given an opportunity to suffer. When the plant can’t
take anymore, the tips of the plant will show the first signs of stress.
The aloe vera plant will start to wilt. Intervention is done by giving a
little water and nutrients. Do not expect the plant to bounce back in
the same week. At this point do not over water it. The plant is designed
to make best use of the little resources it is now receiving.