How to grow Aloe vera from leaf

[How to grow Aloe vera from leaf]Aloe vera is the most useful plant in the world and has at least 6 natural disinfectants to kill mold and bacteria. Unlike other succulents, it is difficult to grow Aloe Vera from just one leaf. The chance of leaves actually taking root and growing into a healthy plant is slim. Although it is possible to plant an Aloe Vera plant from a leaf, the ability of the leaf to take root is very fragile.

Here are five steps to grow aloe leaf from aloe leaf:
Step 1: Find an aloe leaf at least 8 cm (3.15 inches) long. If this is not your personal tree, ask the gardener first for permission.

Step 2: Collect documents: You can gather all these things at a plant nursery and a gardening store.
List of materials:
1.     an aloe vera leaf
2.     a clay pot with large holes in it
3.     potting soil
4.     a watering device (such as a hose)
5.     a couple fragments of broken pottery
6.     knife
7.     spoon

Step 3: Prepare the Pot
First, check your pot. Your pot should have large holes for water drainage. Then get a piece of broken pottery and place it over the hole like shown above. This piece should keep the dirt from falling out of the pot but will still drain water. Next, fill the pot with potting soil until it is 1 inch below the edge of the pot.

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Step 4: Plant the Aloe Vera

Take the leaf of aloe vera and place it on the soil so it lays flat. Then push it a little into the soil like shown above. The aloe vera should still be exposed a little. Next, find a place to set your pot and aloe. It should be near sunlight and on something that you're okay getting wet.

Step 5: Water and Wait

Then water the aloe vera. Pour water into the pot until it reaches the edge of the pot. Then let it soak through the soil and drain a little. Water the aloe whenever you see the soil dry. Next, you wait. The aloe vera should sprout tiny leaves in a couple of weeks.

Step 6:Put the tree in a warm and sunny place, and water it carefully. 
For the first four weeks of this, you will want to keep the soil moist. After the leaf is transplanted, wait until the soil is completely dry before you water again. To find out how to take extra care for your Aloe Vera, click here. ( Do not worry if the leaf shrinks or dries while it is growing roots.)

In addition to looking at the tree from aloe leaves, it can be grown in two other ways: Growing from an Offset, Caring for Your Plant




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