How To Distinguish Aloe Barbadensis

 Aloe Barbadensis

1. In the seedling stage, the leaves of Aloe barbadensis are round, and the middle tip is obtuse;
2. After the leaf age grow to half a year, the growth of Aloe barbadensis was significantly accelerated, and its leaf types and plant types increased rapidly. The Aloe barbadensis plant type is about 100 cm, and the single leaf weighs 1 kg or so. In the normal growth environment, the epidermis of the leaves of Aloe barbadensis relatively thick and pinkish green, and the spines on the leaf margin are quite sharp.
3, In terms of the color and pattern, Aloe barbadensis is light yellow. The style is obviously sticking out of the perianth, and the top inflorescence can hardly blossom normally.

The growth environment of Aloe barbadensis:
Aloe barbadensis enjoys warmth, and is resistant to heat and cold. When the temperature drops to 0 °C, it suffers cold damage; at -1 °C, the plants begin to get frozen. However, under the conditions of coverage, it can withstand a short-term frost of -3 °C.

Plenty of sunshine is required for Aloe Barbadensis growth. Growing in shade, its leaves are easily caused to partially rot. However, being exposed to the sun could cause the Aloe barbadensis to be semi-dormant or stop growing. It should aviod the humid environment and impounded water, because long-term impounded water will lead to root and leaves to get rotten.

The requirement of soil for Aloe barbadensis is not high. The soil should be loose, fertile, well-drained, organic-rich, helping sand grow fast, and the leaves should be thick and green. Heavy clay soil must be avoided because growing in sticky soil, roots are underdeveloped, and growth is poor.