A west or east exposure is good, too. We have one on the north side on the patio but it gets west and east sun. And we have one on the south patio...both plants are thriving, and the south is no larger than the other one. Since these plants do require a lot of light...a grow lamp or bulb may be useful. We put our aloe vera in the garage during the winter and use a lamp to keep them healthy and they don’t freeze.
Hi aa! If used outside, be sure the plant is in a frost-free climate. Aloe is considered cold hardy to zone 9. We hope this helps!
When I bought it, it did not have an organic label. Since it did not I would assume they use chemicals to keep them bug free.
I only water mine once a week and I never over water it. Just enough to make the soil moist and it will do great!
Hi Phillip! We apologize for the late response! The little green pearls are a slow release fertilizer that we mix into the soil when planting. We hope this helps!
Hi Janice! We apologize for the late response! While multiple studies show aloe has many topical benefits, we do not recommend ingesting the plant. We hope this helps.
I don't think they are advertised as such. These are very nice looking and healthy plants.
It was very easy, it came right out. i looked up. video on how to remove it & everything went just how the video did!!! good job!
With sun and not over watering, it should last for several years.