Internet #301706489

Model #0881031

3.5 in. Aloe Vera Plant (3-Pack)

  • Aloe vera helps heal minor cuts, scrapes and sunburns
  • Perfect for kitchens, patios and other well-lit areas
  • Low-maintenance, drought-tolerant plants
  • See More Details

Frequently Bought Together

+
+
Price:
$1978

Product Overview

Add a healing touch to your home with these aloe vera plants from Altman Plants. Aloe vera promotes the healing of minor cuts, scrapes and sunburns, making them perfect for the kitchen or patio. They produce tall spikes of yellow flowers that add a cheerful touch indoors and outdoors. Succulents are low-maintenance, drought-tolerant plants that thrive in well-lit areas.
  • Functions like a medicine cabinet in a pot
  • Aloe vera is revered for its many medicinal benefits
  • Keep one handy on a bright windowsill for kitchen burns and pack a leaf for bug bites and sunburns when braving the great outdoors
  • Collection features three aloe vera plants, which produce tall spikes of yellow flowers
  • Plants are shipped fully rooted in 3.5 in. pots, any soil that comes loose can be gently brushed off
  • California residents

Info & Guides

You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view PDF documents. Download a free copy from the Adobe Web site.

Compare Similar Succulents

current product
3.5 in. Aloe Vera Plant (3-Pack)
4 in. Assorted Succulent Collection Succulent (Collection of 4)11 Oz. Succulent Aloe Vera Plant in 3.5 In. Grower's Pot (3-Plants)3.5 in. Echeveria Collection (9 PK)
BrandAltman PlantsShop SucculentsPure Beauty FarmsAltman Plants
Name3.5 in. Aloe Vera Plant (3-Pack)4 in. Assorted Succulent Collection Succulent (Collection of 4)11 Oz. Succulent Aloe Vera Plant in 3.5 In. Grower's Pot (3-Plants)3.5 in. Echeveria Collection (9 PK)
Price
$1978
/package
$2598
/box
$3006
/box
$3464
/box
Ratings
(112)
(13)
(97)
(19)
Common NameAloe Vera PlantAssorted MixAloe Vera PlantSucculent
Additional CharacteristicsDrought TolerantDrought TolerantNone ListedDrought Tolerant
Pack Size1431
Sun TolerancePart SunPart SunFull SunPart Sun
Water RequirementsOnce a weekTwice a weekTwice a weekOnce a week
Hardiness Zone10 (30 to 40 F),11 (40 to 50 F),9 (20 to 30 F)11 (40 to 50 F),12 (50 to 60 F),13 (60 to 70 F)10 (30 to 40 F),11 (40 to 50 F),13 (60 to 70 F)10 (30 to 40 F),11 (40 to 50 F),9 (20 to 30 F)
Mature Height (in.)6 in3186 in
Mature SizeSmallSmallSmallSmall
View ProductView ProductView ProductView Product

Specifications

Dimensions

Mature Height (in.)
6 in
Mature Width (in.)
6 in

Details

Additional Characteristics
Drought Tolerant
Average Shipping Height (in.)
3
Best Time to Plant
Year Round
Blossom Color
No Blossoms
Botanical Name
Aloe Vera
Common Name
Aloe Vera Plant
Fragrance
Non-Fragrant
Growth Habit
Upright
Hardiness Zone
10 (30 to 40 F),11 (40 to 50 F),9 (20 to 30 F)
Mature Size
Small
Number of plants included (Pack-Size)
3
Pack Size
1
Recommended Space Between Plantings (in.)
6
Returnable
180-Day
Sun Tolerance
Part Sun
Water Requirements
Once a week
Wildlife Attracted
No Wildlife Attracted
Wildlife Deterred
No Wildlife Deterred

Questions & Answers

14Questions19Answers

Is this aloe Vera for external use only or can it be consumed?

Asked by SLeyv1423 February 4, 2021
1
Answer

Hi There, The type Aloe Vera we that we sell in Home Depot is meant for ornamental and external use only. Hope this helps. Abby Altman Plants, Inc.

When do have repot Plantor do you have to

Asked by Char December 10, 2020
2
Answers

When re-potting, remember to use a new pot that is only slightly larger than the original, maybe just 1"-2" wider and deeper

Is this the Aloe Barbadensis Miller species?

Asked by Nelson August 6, 2020
2
Answers

In reality, there is no such "special" Aloe barbadensis / Aloe Vera as a Miller-Stockton. The plant was discovered hundreds of years ago, and one of the people to first name it was Miller. Because of this, his name is often appended to Aloe barbadensis (A. barbadensis Mill.) as a reference to the person responsible for naming it. Doctor Rodney Stockton is a whole 'nother story that became more or less a marketing gimmick. The story is: THE STOCKTON ALOE HISTORY began in 1941, when a chemical engineer suffered severe sunburn while vacationing in Florida. Finding no available product that could soothe the pain and help heal the burn, the chemist began seeking a cure … a search that would soon change his life and his career. Local residents told him of a Seminole Indian medicine man who relied on a special salve to treat burns, wounds, and intestinal disorders. The chemist collected a sample of the plant from which the salve was derived. He then took it to a prominent botanical gardener, who called it by the traditional name, “Virgin Trinity.” The botanist said the plant was a rare variety of Aloe vera – thought to be a direct descendant of the plant Nicodemus used to help prepare the body of Jesus Christ for burial (John 19:39). That intriguing news led the chemist, Rodney M. Stockton, to conduct a study of Aloe plants from around the globe. He found none more effective for supporting health and helping heal skin conditions than the Virgin Trinity, now known as Aloe barbadensis miller-stockton. https://haleynutrition.com/stockton-aloe-1/ What it boils down to is Dr. Stockton tested other aloe species and settled on Aloe barbadensis as the best one - and that is true, but it is not a specific variety 'Miller-Stockton'. Any Aloe barbadensis / Aloe Vera is the one and only, so in that sense ours is Aloe barbadensis-Miller as is anyone's else. Miller is just the guy who named the plant botanically speaking.

Are these Aloe vera Barbadensis Miller-Stockton?

Asked by darron July 31, 2020
3
Answers

Yes. I ordered the plants in late december and recieved it mid January. The packaging was poor to the point where the plant would have died. Took almost a week and a half to get it. So the plant must be dead already with one week of no sunlight. Very dissapointed with my order.

Are these "Aloe vera Barbadensis-Miller"?

Asked by darron July 31, 2020
2
Answers

The aloe doesn't have the name Miller on it.

How tall is the plant?

Asked by Cookie July 27, 2020
2
Answers

The tallest stem (leaf?) was approximately 4" above the soil line when it arrived.

do i need to water my plant when it first arrives ?

Asked by Kim June 18, 2020
2
Answers

Yes, these plants arrive to me completely dry.

Are these aloe barbadensis?

Asked by Meg July 23, 2019
2
Answers

Hi Meg, Thank you for your interest in our plants!! Yes, the aloes in this collection are Aloe barbadensis. Thanks!

How do I tell male from female aloe vera & won't I need 1 of each for them to reproduce?

Asked by GAYLE March 20, 2019
1
Answer

Just like the item stated.

Re potting Aloe Vera Plant

Asked by Aloe September 20, 2018
2
Answers

Use a planter that is just one size larger and make sure to use a well-draining succulent soil when you do.

3.5 in. Aloe Vera Plant (3-Pack) - page 2

Customer Reviews

  • 4
    out of 112 reviews
  • 82% recommend this product
5star-icon68
4star-icon13
3star-icon7
2star-icon8
1star-icon16
Filter by:
Showing 1-10 of 112 reviews
Rating provided by a verified purchaser...
Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
Arrived in good condition!...
Arrived in good condition!
by CYNTHIA
Nice plants packaged well. Wish it would have had a...
Nice plants packaged well. Wish it would have had a heat pack included. One plant froze and did not survive
by RONNIE
The way the plant was packaged broke off most of...
The way the plant was packaged broke off most of the leaves. Would not recommend.
by KAF
They were bent from packaging, but have recovered very well.
They were bent from packaging, but have recovered very well.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Rating provided by a verified purchaser...
Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
by GINO
Great condition, fast delivery, doing well!...
Great condition, fast delivery, doing well!
by KIMBERLY
Excellent plants, nice and healthy, arrived in great condition....
Excellent plants, nice and healthy, arrived in great condition.
by SHAWN
The plant held up fine through the mail . I...
The plant held up fine through the mail . I was pleasantly surprised.
by Abnfinn
Showing 1-10 of 112 reviews