Aloe has won over many home gardeners for its hardiness and tolerance of forgetful waterers. To keep it happy, plant aloe in well-drained dirt. Your best bet is to mix equal parts sand and potting soil or buy a special succulent mix.
Repot your aloe if the weight of the plant causes tipping, but otherwise don't worry about giving it lots of space. This plant thrives in snug conditions.
Place your aloe in a bright, sunny place; otherwise it will go dormant and stop growing. Water the plant heavily about once every two weeks, waiting until the soil dries out fully. Since this is a desert species, keeping the dirt moist will cause the roots to rot. Limp or brown leaves also signal you've overdone the H20.
If you like, you can move your potted plant outdoors for the summer, but don't put it in direct sunlight right away. Gradually place it in a brighter spot every few days to prevent overexposure.
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