By Neha Yadav
Published Apr 14, 2024

Hindustan Times

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5 tips to maintain aloe vera plant in summers

Aloe Vera plants are excellent succulents with amazing benefits for your hair and skin. Here's how to maintain this houseplant during summers.


You can pot aloe vera in loose and well-drained soil mixed with cocopeat to boost the soil's fertility. You can opt for a small to medium-sized pot.


Aloe vera plants are succulents that can survive hot and arid conditions. You can water this plant once every two days. Avoid overwatering them as it can lead to rotting of the roots.


This plant can thrive in warm temperatures from 55°F to 80°F. Therefore, you can either keep them in your balcony, on the terrace or indoors near a window.


Aloe vera can easily tolerate medium to high humidity levels. Avoid overwatering them if the humidity is high to maintain their foliage.


This plant can grow well both indoors and outdoors. You can keep them in your balcony or near a window to provide them sunlight during winters.