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How to grow Aloe polyphylla

Written by Maggie

Dec 08 2020

How to grow Aloe polyphylla

Aloe Polyphylla needs to be replaced every two years with a mixture of garden soil, leaf rot, peat and coarse sand. It needs to be exposed to enough sunlight when it is raised, but it needs to be placed in a semi-shade in the summer。 The soil needs to be kept moist during its growth, and it needs to be fertilized and warmed in the winter.

Aloe Polyphylla

1. Replace the soil for Aloe Polyphylla

Aloe Polyphylla needs to be replaced every two years in the basin. Aloe Polyphylla needs to be removed from the old basin and prepared in a larger container. Half of the soil at the root of Aloe Polyphylla is removed and the soil is mixed with Garden soil, leaf mould, peat and coarse sand.

2. Enough light for Aloe Polyphylla

Aloe Polyphylla is a plant that loves the sun. With the help of the sun, Aloe Polyphylla can better absorb water and nutrients from the soil. It is also able to photosynthesize and purify the air.

Aloe Polyphylla

3. Water and fertilizer management for Aloe Polyphylla

In the summer, Aloe Polyphylla is semi-dormant. But water easily evaporates at high temperatures, so you need to water it more often. You don't need to fertilize it.

4. Aloe Polyphylla Winter maintenance 

Aloe Polyphylla needs to be watered less in winter because the temperature is low. There is no need to fertilize the Aloe polyphylla. In winter, Aloe Polyphylla is recommended to be transferred to a warmer environment when the temperature drops gradually.

Aloe Polyphylla