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Each plant may vary from pictures shown as succulents are hand selected based on season, size, health, and readiness. aloe vera plants are native to tropical regions, but theyre common household plants in a variety of climates. Caring for an aloe vera plant is simple once you know the basics. With a little effort, you can help your aloe vera plant survive for years to come. Mature aloe vera plants often produce offsetsalso known as plantlets, pups, or babiesthat can be removed to produce an entirely new plant (a clone of the mother plant, technically). Find where the offsets are attached to the mother plant and separate them using pruning shears, scissors, or a sharp knife. aloe vera is both popular and easy to grow, provided you understand the level of water and sun that mimics the hot climate this plant thrives in. Unusually for a succulent, the aloe plant cannot be grown from a leaf cutting, and instead is typically propagated by detaching younger clone plants from the base of the adult plant or from the joint root system. Grow your own aloe vera and enjoy the healing qualities of aloe gel at home youve likely found this page because you are looking for a large aloe vera plant that you can start gathering gel from right away. of course, my adult aloe looks little like the tiny plant a neighbor gave me all those years ago. No one ever seems to mention this, but aloe vera has a juvenile form and a mature form. This listing is for three pounds of organic aloe vera leaves. These leaves are harvested from mature aloe vera plants which are grown organically in the ground in the united states, not in pots. Aloe leaves have been properly harvested, drained and sealed for freshness and immediate use. Traditionally, aloe is known for its topical benefits, including wound healing and keeping skin moisturized and protected. Aloe vera is used in numerous beauty products as an additive for its vitamin and acemannan content. Because of its nutritional properties, this plant is a living superfood. Lace aloe plants resemble haworthia plants with their white whiskers and bumpy leaf tubercles. The lace aloe may bounce back from temperatures as low as 10 degrees f, but one thing it wont survive is soggy winter conditions, which will cause plant demise from rot. Its relatively simple to harvest an aloe plant for gel and juice. This ensures a higher concentration of the active ingredients.