True succulents, aloes like to be kept dry -- they may only need watering once every couple of weeks or so, depending on conditions such as pot size, light, and temperature. Grow aloe in a bright spot for best results; the more light, the better these houseplants do. Fertilize aloe a few times a year in spring and summer to keep it happiest. Aloes typically don't require pruning except to remove old leaves as they fade. Note: Aloe is not intended for human or animal consumption.
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