How Do Aloe Vera Plants Reproduce?

Answer Aloe vera plants are popular succulents used as houseplants. They are propagated through offsets, seeds or cuttings. Offsets and cuttings can be taken from aloe vera plants at any time without harm... Read More »

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How to Eat Aloe Vera Plants?

Aloe vera is a succulent plant of the Liliaceae family, that has pointed, thick leaves with serrated edges. The leaves ooze a clear viscous liquid when cut open. This gooey liquid has many benefici... Read More »

Aloe Vera Plants & Acne?

Aloe vera plants have become well known for alleviating many skin conditions. According to Dr. T. Ombrello of Union County College Biology Department, aloe seems to help skin irritations such as in... Read More »

How often should aloe vera plants be watered?

Aloe vera is a succulent plant. Succulents store a large amount of water in their root systems and in their leaves so they don't require a lot of watering. According to Colorado State University Ex... Read More »

Are aloe vera plants poisonous?

According to North Carolina State University, the aloe vera plant is poisonous; although it is low in toxicity. Ingesting the leaves of the aloe vera plant will cause stomach cramps, diarrhea and r... Read More »