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Aloe Vera Star Plant

Original price was: ₹450.00.Current price is: ₹320.00.

  • Light : Bright indirect sunlight
  • Maintenace: Low maintenance
  • Special feature : Air purifying, mildly irritating to pets
  • Watering : Water once a week
  • Where to grow : Bright indoors

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The Aloe Vera Star, also known as Haworthopsis Limifolia, is a lovely succulent with stunning striped variegation. It is quite simple to grow and can survive in bright to medium light situations, making it perfect for a variety of locations in your house. This one is for you if you are a beginner plant parent who is just getting started.

Plant Care

Fertilizer/ feed for the plant: Aloe grows well on well-drained sandy loam soil. Add a good amount of cow dung manure or compost or compost to the paying soil while planting.

Repotting :
Once a year, repot your Aloe Vera Star. This will guarantee that your Aloe has fresh soil and plenty of space to flourish. Propagation: As time passes, you will see that your pot fills up with young aloes known as pups. Cut these pups from the mother plant and place them in a separate container for propagation. Leaf cuttings can also be used to grow aloe.

Typical issues

1. What’s the deal with my mushy Aloe plant?

Overwatering is the reason of your Aloe Plant becoming entirely mushy. Overwatering promotes rot in the root system, which extends to the entire plant. To avoid this, water your plant less regularly.

2. Why are the leaves on my Aloe Vera becoming yellow?

The yellowing of an Aloe Vera plant is caused by overwatering or underwatering. Underwatering is the most probable cause if the soil is too dry, whereas overwatering is the most likely cause if the soil is too moist.

3. What is causing my Aloe leaves to become red?

Too much light, along with inadequate watering, might cause the Aloe leaves to become red. Remove the plant from direct sunlight and water it more frequently.

Design and Decoration

Light Requirements: Aloes thrive in shady environments. Your Aloe will develop well with 3 to 4 hours of sunshine every day. Although Aloe Vera can tolerate direct sunshine, it grows best in partial shade.

Location : Aloe Vera may be cultivated both indoors and outdoors. An excellent location for your Aloe plant would be near a window with plenty of light.

Styling/decor tip : Add it to your work desks or corner tables to lend life to any room; we recommend pairing it with a funky pot. The Aloe’s upright, thick, and meaty leaves may instantly transform your living room, balcony, shelf, or centre table. It’s also a fantastic bedroom plant!

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is my haworthia dying?

The most common reason for haworthias dying is either over watering or under watering. If the soil is too dry and the leaf tips are brown, the likely cause is underwatering. If the growing medium is too wet and the leaves are mushy, the culprit is root rot.

What potting medium is best for haworthia?

Haworthia grows best in a well-draining potting mix suitable for succulents. The potting mix generally has no to very little organic matter and is extremely well-draining.

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