INCLUDED: You will receive one 4-INCH Aloe Morning Dew.
Aloe succulents are a genus of succulents in the Asphodelaceae family. Aloe succulents are native to Madagascar, Jordan, Southern Africa, and the Arabian Peninsula. Aloe succulents are incredibly versatile succulent plants. Aloe succulents are treasured amongst all succulent enthusiasts for their long leaves, and their ability to thrive in both outdoor and indoor spaces.
Reasons to Buy
All of our Aloe succulents for sale are grown ourselves in greenhouses that are optimized to grow the best Aloe succulents. When we package and send your Aloe succulents, we select your Aloe succulents straight from our greenhouses on the very day we send your order. This means that you will receive only the best and highest quality Aloe succulents.
We have been growing and selling Aloe succulents for over 50 years. We do not buy-in any of our Aloe succulents. Your order will only contain Aloes grown in our greenhouses and that are of the highest quality. Since you are purchasing your Aloe succulents from the wholesaler you will receive only the best price for amazing Aloe succulents.
When you buy our Aloe succulents for sale you will receive an incredible variety of Aloe succulents. Since we have been growing Aloe succulents for over 50 years, we have multiple varieties of Aloe succulents readily available to send. When ordering Aloe succulents from us expect exceptional quality and variety.
About our Aloe Succulents for Sale
Our Aloe succulents for sale are the ideal succulents for primarily indoor spaces, but with some acclimation, our Aloe succulents can thrive in any outdoor space. An Aloe succulent purchase will make the perfect addition to any home or workspace. This is because Aloe succulents primarily require a shaded environment. Our Aloe succulents for sale are primarily grown in shaded greenhouses, this means that our Aloe succulents will thrive in any indoor space. Specific varieties of our Aloe succulent for sale will also thrive in the outdoors, but it is critical to acclimate your Aloe succulent to an outdoor environment with direct sunlight. To acclimate your Aloe succulent to direct sunlight use shade cloth or grower’s cloth to cover the succulent for the majority of the day. So, if you’re looking for either an indoor or outdoor succulent an Aloe purchase sounds perfect for you!