Leaves are starting to thin, it still looks very healthy and bloomed twice this year, I just afraid to do anything, it needs transplanting but I'd like to prune if it should be and gets tips on transplanting as wellti
Your plants look good! Here are articles that should answer your questions:
Do I need to prune the long stem where my plant flowered once the flowers have dropped off?
Yes. This will divert energy back into vegetative growth. Here is a collection of articles that will help you to grow Aloe plants:
planting an aloe plant
I bought this plant at about 6 inches, it is now about 43-44 inches and it keeps going. I am running out of bamboo sticks tall enough to hold it up. I don't know what this plant is exactly, an aloe vera of sorts. How can I get it under control? Or if it keeps growing how do I proceed to take care of its height?
One of the species of climbing Aloe!!! Many of them are invasive, and some of them will cause skin irritation.
Dividing, pruning, rooting smaller versions of itself and giving away larger plants are all ways of controlling size of invasive plants.
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I have a large aloe vera indoor plant, which flowers about three times a year with usually three individual flower heads. This time, i have one of the flower heads with a double headed flower. Is this unusual?
It must be because I can't find anything on it in my research. The fact that your aloe blooms indoors is rare, too, because it's hard to get enough light for aloes to flower inside. And three times a year! Congratulations!
I have a small plant and can grow inside, if best
These are quite simple as long as you give them bright light, for as long as possible, and let the soil dry out pretty thoroughly between deep waterings. A general potting soil can work, though I would add a bit of sand to it. If that isn't available to you, then small pebbles amended into the soil can help, as well. They really appreciate good drainage.
Make sure your container has drain holes and a saucer to allow all extra water to be discarded.
There isn't much more to know about this plant, other than it likes to remain crowded. Make sure to let it get quite crowded before attempting to remove any pups that it makes.
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I was wondering if the yellow plants can go outside in the summer. But which way should they face the best
I meant Aloe plant