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My Aloe has a bloom

My Aloe has a bloom coming out of the center! I have had an aloe plant for many years and they have never bloomed! Do they bloom on a regular cycle?

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#1 Comment By Downtoearthdigs On 03/17/2016 @ 2:55 am

Getting an aloe to bloom is a real tricky business. If blooms are to be seen in aloes, they are usually seen in the early springtime in mature aloes (4+ years old) which get a lot of exposure to sunlight. The conditions have to be “just right.” They can bloom annually but there is no guarantee you will see this happen on your plant.

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