|Common Name||Kathalai, Spider Aloe|
|Maximum Reachable Height||1-3 feet|
|Flower Colour||orange or yellow|
|Bloom Time||Late winter to spring|
|Difficulty Level||Easy to grow|
Planting And Care
The most common reason an aloe plant dies is that the owners water too often or do not allow the water to drain.
Do not make this mistake when taking care of aloe houseplants.
Aloe Humilis Care
The first step in aloe plant care is to realize that this plant is succulent. Like cacti, succulents do best in dry conditions.
Also, make sure that the pot has plenty of drainage holes. Aloe plants cannot tolerate standing water.
|Sunlight||Full sunlight, so they do best in the south or west-facing windows.|
|Watering||Water the plant properly. Watering should be done when the soil feels to touch. When the aloe plant is watered, the soil should be thoroughly drenched.|
|Soil||When growing aloe plants, plant them in a cactus potting soil mix or a regular potting soil that has been amended with additional perlite or building sand.|
|Fertilizer||Aloes do not need to be fertilized. But you want to apply, should be fertilized once a year in the spring. You can use a phosphorus-heavy water-based fertilizer at half strength.|
|Harvest Season||Mature leaves are harvested.|
Aloe Humilis Special Feature
The species name humilis means low growing and refers to the plant’s growth habit. Spider Aloe, Aloe humilis perennial evergreen plant, used as the ornamental houseplant, can grow in the desert, Mediterranean, subtropical or tropical climate
Aloe Humilis Uses
- Aloe vera extracts for either cosmetic purposes
- Not defined