Fresh Aloe Vera Plant

13 customer reviews


Bring the benefits of nature to your home with our Fresh Aloe Vera Plant! This versatile plant is known for its soothing and healing properties, making it perfect for a variety of skincare and health applications. Grown in the tropical climate of Thailand, our Aloe Vera plants are carefully nurtured and harvested to ensure the highest quality.

With its vibrant green leaves and easy-to-care-for nature, the Aloe Vera plant makes a stunning addition to any indoor space, while also purifying the air around it. Now you can enjoy the countless benefits of this amazing plant, from treating minor burns and cuts to moisturizing your skin, all from the comfort of your own home. Order your Fresh Aloe Vera Plant from today and experience the magic of nature!

Price includes international express shipping service with proper export documentation. Ships in a whetted bag with light soil. There is no pot included, even if depicted in the product photo. The actual plant may vary slightly from the plant pictured. Delivery to the USA takes 5-7 days. Please open your new plant immediately on arrival and follow the care instructions.

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Caring for your Potted Aloe Vera Plant:

1. Proper Lighting: Aloe Vera plants thrive in bright, indirect sunlight. Place your potted Aloe Vera near a sunny windowsill or in a well-lit area, but avoid direct sunlight as it can scorch the leaves.

2. Appropriate Pot and Soil: Make sure your Aloe Vera plant is potted in a well-draining container with drainage holes to prevent waterlogging. Use a potting mix specifically designed for succulents or cacti, as this will ensure proper drainage and aeration.

3. Watering: Aloe Vera plants are drought-tolerant and do not require frequent watering. Allow the soil to dry out completely between waterings, then water thoroughly until the excess drains out. This may vary from once a week to once every few weeks, depending on the humidity and temperature in your home. Be cautious of overwatering, as this can lead to root rot.

4. Temperature: Aloe Vera plants prefer temperatures between 55-80°F (13-27°C). Keep your plant away from drafts, air vents, or sudden temperature changes to ensure healthy growth.

5. Fertilizing: Feed your Aloe Vera plant with a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer diluted to half-strength during the growing season (spring and summer). Fertilize once every 4-6 weeks to provide essential nutrients for optimal growth. Avoid fertilizing in the fall and winter months, as this is the plant’s dormant period.

6. Pruning and Maintenance: Regularly remove any dead or damaged leaves to promote healthy growth. If your Aloe Vera plant starts to outgrow its pot, you can gently separate the pups (small offshoots) from the main plant and repot them into individual containers. This will not only help maintain a manageable size for the parent plant but also provide you with additional Aloe Vera plants to enjoy or share with friends and family.

By following these simple care tips, your potted Aloe Vera plant will thrive, providing you with a beautiful, low-maintenance addition to your home and a natural source of healing and nourishment for your skin and overall well-being.

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  1. Maria Moran

    So happy with my new aloe vera! It arrived in great condition, properly packaged & the international shipping was super prompt.

  2. David

    The plant arrived in fairly decent condition, considering it was shipped from Thailand. I was impressed with how well it was packed.

  3. Brandon

    Got this aloe plant a few months ago and it’s really adding a nice touch to my living room.

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