Germination Sow seed in pots or trays of moist peat/sand mix compost and cover with a very fine sprinkling of compost or vermiculite. Place in a propagator or warm place, and keep at a constant temperature of between 20-25ºC (68-77ºF). After sowing, do not exclude light as this helps germination. Keep the surface of the compost moist but not waterlogged; germination will usually take 30-180 days, it can take longer, don't give up. Aftercare is easy.
1 package of 25 seeds
Aloe species are frequently cultivated as ornamental plants both in gardens and in pots. They make excellent house plants when they are given sufficient light.
Aloe Plants offer many amazing benefits; grown indoors, they'll easily allow you to experience better health, create lush living quarters, and be content in a healthier atmosphere. Plants grown indoors have a variety of benefits. Not only are they the ultimate in functional decorating, but some well-placed greenery can brighten a space, purify the air, and also create a more relaxing, restful ambiance.
As desert plants, aloes grow best in warm, dry climates, but many are hardy to U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zone 9 and will thrive in most coastal and inland areas. Most species of aloe germinate reliably from seed and will establish a healthy root system in just a few months.
All species of aloe feature succulent leaves and a roughly rosette growth habit, although they differ in size and flower composition.