Aloes are good indoor plants if you're busy and have a bright spot in your home. These houseplants have a bold texture that works particularly well with modern and contemporary decorating schemes, but they also fit in well if your tastes run more exotic. While aloes are traditionally thought of for their foliage when grown as indoor plants, they can bloom with tall stems of brightly coloured flowers if they get enough light. Aloe vera is the most common type of aloe, but there are plenty of other varieties available. Many have variegated foliage, which adds to their visual appeal.
|Care Instructions||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.|
|Medical Benefits||Improves digestion and detoxifies your body. Lowers cholesterol levels and protects your heart. Enhances immune system and improves joint flexibility. Great anti-oxidant, with anti bacterial and anti-fungal properties that improves skin and hair health.|