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BLACK ALOE (Bare Rooted)

BLACK ALOE (Bare Rooted)

Regular price Rs. 199.00 Sale price Rs. 99.00

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  • Dispatch in 2-3 days
  • Country of origin: India
  • It's Compulsory  to make unboxing video of parcel for refunds within 24 hours.
  • Bare Rooted

Black aloevera is a succulent with stems that hold leaves of bright green, translucent and succulent. While it does not have true leaves, it does have small green or white cyst flowers that bloom from mid-summer until frost occurs. The plant’s leaves will grow long and narrow before splitting into multiple legs. Black aloe requires great light, warmth and humidity to survive. It is often grown as part of a larger collection of houseplants so you can keep it indoors where temperatures are above freezing in most areas year-round .

Black Aloe requires a lot of light (bright light), it also needs to be watered regularly and should never be allowed to dry out, especially in winter. In the summer, trees may need protection from heat and light loss by placing a piece of glass on top of the plant for the first six weeks. During the winter months, citrus tree bark can be used to protect them from daytime temperatures as high as 35°C. Black Aaloe is not suitable for outdoor landscaping but may be used indoors or in shaded areas. They are grown against a sunny wall or window with good air circulation. If plants are purchased directly from the nursery or online they usually come with soil included, if you want you can bring your own potting mix or use soil from another succulent species such as Cactus or Nephthytis .


Common name : Black akoevera

Plant height : 3- 4 inches

Family : crassullaceae

Soil : well drained potting soil containing 30 % sand + 30 % soil + 10 % gravel + 15 % vermicompost + 15 % perlite

Watering requirements : Avoid overwatering the plant to prevent root rot in succulents . Water should be applied on pot bottom in the soil instead of plant .

Sunlight : Full sun to partial sun at least 4- 6 hours of sunlight per day should be provided . Generally morning and evening sulight is preferred in case of succulents . Day light can cause sunburn in plants .

Where to get black aloe in india ?

The plant orbit is the best site to buy aloe aristata succulent in India  with affordable delievery partners  across India. You can get the best quality of gardening seeds and the most cheapest gardening seeds on The Plant orbit . The Plant orbit Store is your one-stop solution shop to buy all types of seeds online wether you buy vegetable seeds , buy flower seeds , buy fruit seeds , buy garden tags online in india .

You can also buy cactus plants  here. You can also buy pots online and fertilizers online . You can also buy cheap seeds online in plant orbit. You can also buy indian vegetable seeds online here. We are here to cater all your succulent care and gardening needs for plants .


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garden. Just Unpack, Relax and Enjoy your green buddies

Our unique packaging will hold the plants in place and let the
plant breathe so that it reaches you fresh without any mess.

Get detailed plant care instructions from the website as well
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Care Tips

1. After recieveing the plants open the box 📦 as soon as possible .

2. ⁠Air dry the plants for 2-3 hours on fresh air .

3. ⁠Plant in well drained soil . ( 30%sand + 30% soil + 20% vermicompost + 20% perlite ) .

4. ⁠Water plants after 2-3 days and don’t give direct sunlight to newly planted succulents for at least 10 days .

Note: Always water succulents when top layer of soil feels dry in roots of plant rather than leaves .


Plants without pots will be sent bare rooted. Free delievery above Rs 199 .

Refund Policy

We have a 2-3 days return policy, which means you have 2-3 days after receiving your item to request a return or replacement.

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