How To Transplanting Aloe Vera

Aloe vera is a plant with multiple benefits for our skin and for the body in general. If you are lucky enough to have one at home, today we show you how to transplant the aloe vera.

If you already have an aloe vera plant in your home, you may have noticed all the properties it has for our body. Here we are, in a very simple way, how to transplant the aloe vera so you have all these plants you want.

As we have said on other occasions, we should use the resources found in nature to care for our health, but if the symptoms of any disease is increasing, nothing better than to have health insurance that combines the best specialists and comprehensive coverages.

Ways of transplanting aloe vera

This work is necessary for the mother of the aloe vera plant continues to grow and do not run without the need to grow strong leaves space. The transplant must be made in spring during the active life cycle of the plant, but keep in mind that aloe vera should be in adulthood to be transplanted, ie, have between two and five years.

There are several ways to transplant the aloe vera:

– Removing the children, if that had. This part is also known as pins or young and refers to outbreaks born in the base around the mother plant. To eliminate these outbreaks, you can pull the stem, making sure to make it as close as possible to the base of the mother plant, but without touching the root. To get them you will meet a similar but thicker white stem, which should be planted in the land of the new pot or in the garden directly root.

– Cutting off the lower leaves with a sharp knife. Make sure the stem is not less than 20 cm to ensure their growth and then place it in a bowl of water to take root (the water must touch the part you cut). After that it will be transplanted into a pot.

In any case you need a well-drained pot, ie, a container where water circulates well so that the roots do not rot. The last step on how to plant aloe vera ends with the placement in the center and looking for a sunny, warm place to begin to grow smoothly. Note that we should stop two weeks before watering to facilitate the cuts heal.

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW …
  • Transplanting aloe vera: is necessary for the mother plant continues to grow.
  • Type of transplant aloe vera: the children themselves or leaves are used.
  • Steps: cutting the sheet by the stem, dip it in water and then in the pot. If they are children, pull them and put them directly into the pot.

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