Our local customers always comment on how beautiful and big our Aloe leaves are. They see our aloe plants when they come to our home office to pick up their Aloe. Many will go into detail at how big their Aloe bushes are, but explain that they just don’t get big leaves like ours.
In this short video, Dr. Michael Haley of Stockton Aloe 1 explains why and how to pull and transplant Aloe vera pups.
In just two minutes of video, you’ll learn how and why to pull the pups, how to grow big healthy leaves, what kind of Aloe plants are good for making Aloe vera gel to drink, how old the leaves should be before consuming, and more.
But if you let your plant over-grow… you might need a more aggressive approach! In this next video, you will see a much more aggressive approach to cleaning your plant. Watch for the Surprise Ending!
If you just watched that video, you might think what I did to the plant was a bit too brutal. That is, you might suspect I KILLED it. If so, you won’t believe what happens in this next video:
Now that you know how to farm aloe vera plants, you need to know what to do with all of those HUGE leaves.
Do you want to learn more about transplanting and potting our aloe vera pups? Are you wondering what kind of soil to use? The answer may be shocking. You can find out more here.
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