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Aloe Arborescens seedling

  • Aloe Arborescens seedling
  • Plant from organic cultivation
€10.00

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CULTIVATION TECHNIQUE OF ALOE BARBADENSIS
Aloe is a plant that needs a mild climate in order to grow. In fact, it grows well outdoors in warm-temperate areas, while in cooler areas it must be brought in out of the winter cold as it cannot tolerate temperatures below 5-8 °C.


WATERING
In the spring-summer period Aloe should be watered sparingly and taking care not to get the leaves wet so as to prevent water from collecting between the leaves which could lead to dangerous rot. The technique is to water and let the soil dry until the next watering. With the onset of autumn and winter, watering should be gradually reduced. In spring, watering is gradually resumed.

SOIL TYPE – REPOTTING
Aloes are repotted in spring, increasing the size of the pot each time. As it does not have a particularly deep root system, it is preferable to choose a pot that is wider than deep and with adequate drainage holes as it does not like water stagnation and to place gravel or pieces of earthenware at the bottom of the pot. These plants are not particularly demanding when it comes to soil but prefer mainly sandy soils that favour the rapid drainage of excess water.

FLOWERING
Aloe develops flowers from spring to autumn depending on the species and variety, which form at the top of a long stem, simple or branched or in clusters, and the plant does not die after flowering unlike the Agave.

UTILISED PARTS OF THE PLANT
The fresh leaves of aloe are used, harvested from a plant that is at least 3 years old. The leaves can be stored in the refrigerator or freezer and used when needed.

HOW TO USE
For external use, aloe gel is used as a healer for burns and wounds, as a soothing and calming agent, and as a revitalising and moisturising skin tonic. Fresh, opened aloe leaves can be placed directly on the skin to soothe minor burns and scalds.

ORDERS ORDERED ON A FRIDAY OR WEEKEND CONTAINING LEAVES WILL BE SHIPPED ON THE NEXT MONDAY
Leaves and plants will only be shipped with payment in advance. It is not possible to pay cash on delivery.

The parts of the plant used are the fresh leaves, harvested from plants at least 3 years old. A beneficial product is obtained from the gel extracted from the leaves by opening the leaf itself. This Aloe gel is used externally as a healer for burns and wounds, as a soothing and calming agent, and as a revitalising and moisturising tonic for the skin. Open leaves can be directly applied to the skin to relieve minor burns and scalds.

Aloe vera is highly valued for its benefits on the skin. Aloe vera cream is known for its moisturising and soothing properties. By applying it on the skin, it can help reduce redness, soothe skin irritation and provide deep hydration. In addition, aloe vera contains compounds that can help speed up the healing process of minor wounds and burns.


Our Greenhouses

We cultivate our Aloe Vera in organically grown greenhouses, which maintain a mild and constant temperature all year round, located in Molise, a stone's throw from our research and development laboratory and production workshop.

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How do we cultivate Aloe Arborescens?

Our plants are entirely organically grown, without the use of pesticides.


We blindly believe that it is essential to reduce the use of chemicals for nutritional and defence purposes in order to limit the environmental impact of agriculture on the planet. For this reason, our microbiology laboratories have researched and formulated innovative products with a high concentration of microorganisms (probiotics and prebiotics) for soil care and nutrition.

Through these products, we provide plants with the tools to cope with stress of various kinds (nutrition and defence) and preserve the health of agricultural operators and the end consumer.

Growing Technique and Watering

The cultivation technique of Aloe Arborescens requires attention to various climatic and care aspects to ensure optimal growth of the plant. This species thrives in mild and warm-temperate climates, preferably outdoors, but in cooler regions it is essential to shelter it from the winter cold, as it cannot tolerate temperatures below 5-8 °C.

With regard to watering, during spring and summer, it is recommended to water the Aloe moderately, carefully avoiding wetting the leaves to prevent potential rot. The recommended practice is to water the soil and wait for it to dry out before watering again. With the arrival of autumn-winter, watering should gradually decrease, resuming gradually in spring.

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Which parts of the aloe Arborescens plant should be used?

The used parts of the plant are the fresh leaves, harvested from plants at least 3 years old. A beneficial product is obtained from the gel extracted from the leaves by opening the leaf itself. This Aloe gel is used externally as a healer for burns and wounds, as a soothing and calming agent, and as a revitalising and moisturising tonic for the skin. The opened leaves can be directly applied to the skin to relieve minor burns and scalds.

 

 

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Product specifications

EAN8032956790850
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