Growing Aloe Vera is one of the easiest among all Plants in the Garden. It grows easily from the Stems, Leaves, and also Seeds.
Aloe Vera is grown for various purposes. It is also well known for its medicinal properties.
The time taken to grow Aloe Vera depends on how we propagate it. We can fasten the growth rate with a perfect soil mix and an organic compost.
There are different stages of Growth in Aloe Vera.
An Aloe Vera Pup grows from Seeds, Stems or Seeds. It requires minimum maintenance and will grow in harsh conditions too.
Aloe Vera Succulent grows best in Outdoors. The conditions are optimal in full Sunlight.
Aloe Vera will take 3-4 years to grow to its full size in Outdoors.
Growing Aloe Vera as a Houseplant is also a great idea. Studies suggest the growth is slowed down a bit when your grow indoors in a pot.
It will take 4-5 years to grow full size Indoors.
Aloe Vera seeds sprout in 20-30 days depending on the external factors.
The Aloe Vera roots start developing in 14 days.
The Pups will grow in 30 days.
Another great way to grow Aloe Vera is from the Roots of medium sized or full grow Plants.
Aloe Vera plants will take 4 months to attain medium size when you grow it from Roots.
Aloe Vera is low maintenance succulent. They will grow in any condition in most cases.
The Pot Size can be anything from a tiny container to a 24 inch pot. It can be repotted at any time. For full size growth, it is suggested to use a bigger container.