It is usable for a bunch of illnesses. Nowdays it is grown on a lot of places where the weather is suitable. We usually say that is belongs to the succulens plants.
The Aloe belong to the perennials, its flower is orange. The leaves are thick, fleshy and spear shaped, which can be 50cm long (the flowers can be 120cm). The shiny leaves(12-16) are grow directly from the stalk.
most of the Aloes are grown in the USA, but you can find it in Australia, Africa, India, South-Middle America and Mexico.
It needs a lot of light, at summer we can put it outside but not at the blazing sun, because the leaves can burn and turn into brown. It likes warm, the lowest temperature that it can stand is 5oC.
The structure of the soil should be airy and slack. Don’t water it to intensively. The soil shouldn’t be always wet, water it when the soil separated from the pot.
At winter the ideal temperature for the plant is 16-18oC. Don’t put it in dark heated places, in any case put it in the nearest place from the window. Usually we have to water it in every 15-16 days.
The sprouts are developing nicely, but only cut the down when they reached the 10-15cm height. If they reached the appropriate size, take the plant out of the pot, get rid of the dirt, and cut it down from the taproot. Finally plant it in slack, good-quality soil.