Aloe Tiki Tahi
Aloes are probably one of the best-known houseplants. The gel inside its leaves is famously used for soothing burns, but it’s more than just a green first aid kit. This is a plant that has adapted to live all over the world. The aloe plant is an easy, attractive succulent that makes for a great indoor companion.
Light: Aloe plants thrive in bright direct sunlight.
Watering: Allow the soil to dry out completely between watering. Fit and heathy aloes need watering every 3 weeks. Scratch the surface of the soil to see if they need watering.
Soil: Aloes need well-drained potting cactus soil or regular potting mix with added sand. To make your own potting mix it’s one part peat-free and one part perlite, with a handful of added sand.
Temperature: Aloes thrive between temperatures of 15-23°C.
Repotting: Repot your Aloe every 12- 18 Months and increase pot size by 2 cm.
Plant Care Level: Beginner.
*Plant does not come with pot.