Aloe Aristata - Non-Flowering - Indoor Plants |

Aloe Aristata

SKU 750


AED 48


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15cm - 20cm

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White Ceramic Pot (Indoor)


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Plant Care


Spray water once in 2 weeks to moisten soil but be sure water does not pool up at the bottom of container which can cause rotting. Allow soil to dry between waterings.


Bright indoor light or indirect sun. 6 hours to 8 hours


Maintain temperatures between 18°C - 24°C. Avoid draughts as these can create undesirable temperature fluctuations. Consider giving your plant an occasional misting twice every week to maintain the optimum humidity level.


Apply liquid fertilizer once in 15 days when the plant is actively growing. For best results use Folikraft ready to use Indoor Plant Food.

Plant Bio

The Gasteria Aurora is a trendy indoor plant that looks great together with different plant varieties. This plant has a unique leaf pattern on its uniquely shaped leaves. This green indoor plant is a succulent and is therefore very hardy and easy to care for. Give the plant a sunny spot and give it a little water once in every two weeks.

This beautiful plant originally comes from South Africa.


Gasteria is a species from the affodil  family and is part of the succulents. Gasteria plants have fat, fleshy leaves that often form rosette shapes. It is an ideal indoor plant because it needs little care. It does like to be in a well-lit spot. Varieties come from South Africa and Namibia.

Grown primarily grown for its attractive succulent rosettes of yellow spots on green leaves with soft white spines, Aloe Aristata belongs to the Aristaloe genus of flowering plants native to South Africa. It commonly called the “slippery one.” The stemless plant produces long, soft, succulent leaves with tubular orange flowers. It’s another unique plant deserving proper care.

This plant grows best in full sun in warm regions and prefers dry weather. It doesn’t need a lot of sunlight. Keep the plant away from direct sunlight. While the plant needs regular watering, remember this is a succulent and is drought tolerant. Allow the top half-inch of soil to dry between watering. Try to pour the water around the base of the plant instead of over the leaves. If water collects in the leaves, you’ll increase the risk of rot. Use a commercial cactus soil mix with excellent drainage or make your own potting mix. If you decide to make your own sandy soil mixture, mix three parts regular potting soil to one part coarse sand, perlite, or pumice.

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