A. Zanzibarica (Sold Out)

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 Large 4-Inch Size: One Aloe Zanzibarica Planted in a 4-Inch Grower Pot. 


- Hand-Picked:  Selected from our greenhouses 24 hours before fulfillment.  


- Water Wise: Only water once every 2-3 weeks. 


- High Quality: Family Farm with 55+ years of experience growing succulents. 


- Secure Delivery: Secure packaging & shipping. Customer satisfaction guaranteed. 



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.

Light & soil
LIGHT & SOIL: Aloe Zanzibarica is a versatile plant that enjoys either substantial light or shade for the majority of the day. This makes your Aloe Zanzibarica ideal for any place that receives direct sun, a-lot of light, or substantial shade. You can choose to place your Aloe Zanzibarica in a place that receives either 50% shade a day or 80% shade a day. Your Aloe Zanzibarica will grow best in a well-draining soil. Your Aloe Zanzibarica will already come potted and rooted in a well-draining soil, but if you plan to transplant your Aloe Zanzibarica it is best to utilize a well-draining potting mix.
Succulent Care
CARE: Your Aloe Zanzibarica enjoys a dry and arid environment. For this reason, it is best to only water your Aloe Zanzibarica when the soil is completely dry. Feel the top of the soil or remove your Aloe Zanzibarica from its pot and feel the soil. If there is any moisture at all do not water. When watering your Aloe Zanzibarica completely drench the soil to a point that the soil is completely moist. Your Aloe Zanzibarica cannot survive in temperatures below 30 degrees Fahrenheit.

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