The Aloe Vera is also no stranger and you see it more and more in home & interior magazines. The Aloe Vera is best known for its healing juice. The natural substances from the juice of the Aloe Vera are very good for the skin and are used in sunscreen, after sun and skin cream. It also helps with eczema and is the best remedy for sunburned skin. The Aloe Vera is also processed in yogurt and juice because it is said to have a calming effect on the stomach. The plant is super strong and virtually immune to disease.
The plant uses little water and is very easy to care for, an ideal plant for people without green fingers. Aloe Vera is a succulent, also called a succulent plant, just like the cactus. This means that the Aloe stores water in its trunk and leaves for later use. Only water the plant when the soil is really dry again. In the summer it can take up to a week before it is necessary to water again, in the winter the plant goes into hibernation and water is often only needed once a month. The plant does not have high requirements in terms of location, although it prefers a spot in partial shade.
The plants are supplied with a total height of approximately 20-30 cm.