This plant is one of the most distinct and well-known of the aloe plants. Native to South Africa it has a unique look, with striking white and green leaves with clear stripes.The thick leaves grow upright from a rosette. It does great on most window sills and will bring a touch of wild into your home as it looks like a work of art but doesn’t grow very big.
A fun thing about this plant is its ability to produce fully vegetative babies or offsets for propagation. Divide these away from the parent plant and plant them in a separate container. They will root quickly and provide you with more of these amazing plants to populate your landscape.
- It likes good bright sunlight – full sun to partial shade. Place it in the window with bright indirect lighting.
- As a succulent native to the south, the plant tolerates hot temperatures, especially during the summer. For the plant to continue to flower each year, let it experience cooler temperatures during the winter.
- Water regularly. Allow the soil to slightly dry between watering, and decrease the watering during the winter.
- Fertilizer is recommended throughout the growing season.
- Toxic to pets.
Height of the plant - 17 cm. Diameter of the pot - 10,5 cm.