Aloe Vera (15cm Pot)
Aloe Vera (15cm Pot)

Aloe Vera (15cm Pot)

Aloe Vera (15cm Pot)

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We operate our own delivery service within 12km of the garden centre for €15, for this service we can deliver you any item from Windyridge. 

Outside of this radius we out source couriers, we cannot unfortunately ship a lot of bulkier items such as large pots, composts and many of our more delicate living things. 

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Aloe vera is a popular indoor plant known for its distinctive succulent leaves and various medicinal properties. It is well-suited for the Irish climate and is frequently sought after for its numerous uses.

Height/Spread: Aloe vera typically reaches a height of around 1-2 feet (30-60 centimeters) indoors, with a spread that can vary based on the size of the pot. Its compact size makes it suitable for placement on windowsills or tabletops in Irish homes.

Position: Aloe vera thrives in bright, indirect light, making it an excellent choice for indoor cultivation in the Irish climate. It should be placed near a window where it can receive ample sunlight without being exposed to direct midday sun, as it can cause leaf burn.

Soil: A well-draining soil mixture specifically formulated for cacti and succulents is ideal for Aloe vera. In the Irish climate, it is important to use a soil mix that promotes good drainage to prevent waterlogging and root rot. Adding perlite or coarse sand to the soil can help improve drainage.

Flowering Season: Aloe vera occasionally produces tubular, yellow flowers on tall stalks, but it is more commonly cultivated for its medicinal gel rather than its blooms. Flowering is typically seen in the summer months, although it is less frequent in indoor conditions.

Uses: Aloe vera has a wide range of uses, making it a sought-after plant for various purposes. Its gel, found in the leaves, is known for its soothing and healing properties. It is commonly used topically to treat burns, cuts, and skin irritations. Additionally, the gel is used in skincare products, cosmetics, and even in some food and beverages for its potential health benefits. Aloe vera is also admired as an ornamental plant, adding a touch of greenery and uniqueness to indoor spaces in Ireland.

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