This interesting Aloe is a hybrid variety and has a rigid, tree-like structure. The leaves are also thicker and firmer than the classic Aloe Vera! As the plant grows, it will develop a thick, woody stalk and can grow up to 40 feet in the wild!
Climate - Native to arid regions of Africa and India
Light - Many hours of strong, indirect light, but can withstand limited direct if acclimated
Soil - Well-draining , sandy soil. Can use cacti/succulent blend
Water - Drought tolerant. Water every 2 weeks indoors during growing season
Humidity - Prefers dry environment
Temperature - Prefers warm environment
Fertilizer - Fertilize once monthly at most in spring and summer with a balanced houseplant fertilizer mixed at ½ strength