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  • Jen

    Aloe. Slow growing plant that can reach 3 feet tall and wide-- eventually. Prefers bright light.

  • Jessi Fraker

    Houseplants for the Forgetful Gardener - Aloe - A spiky succulent with toothed leaves, gray-green aloe (Aloe vera) has earned its place in many homes for its ability to soothe skin and help burns heal. It's a slow-growing plant that eventually gets 3 feet tall and wide. Aloe prefers bright light

  • Tracey Nass

    Aloe in Blue Pot ~ beautiful

  • Melissa Garcia

    beginner green thumb?

  • Kelly Close

    Aloe- HOUSE PLANT- Requires little water. A spiky succulent with toothed leaves, gray-green aloe (Aloe vera) has earned its place in many homes for its ability to soothe skin and help burns heal. It's a slow-growing plant that eventually gets 3 feet tall and wide. Aloe prefers bright light.

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