If you’re interested in growing succulents, aloe vera is one of the best options because of its versatility and ease of care.
The aloe plant also grows at a phenomenal rate. A large, robust aloe plant will quickly produce new plants that grow from the stems and leaves. Or maybe a dozen or so if you just ignore it.
Continue reading to learn how to propagate aloe rapidly and easily!
1. Getting aloe vera babies
So, first things first. You’ll want to get your hands on a fully developed and robust aloe vera plant. After a while, you’ll probably notice little aloe plants sprouting at its base. Do not attempt to divide your baby aloe vera plants until they reach a height of three to four inches.
It’s rare you’ll obtain pups from a mature but unhealthy plant, and even if you do, they might not be of the greatest quality.