Aloe vera Pup — Live and Ready to Plant

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$8.99

The approximate wait for the Stockton variety of Aloe vera pups is 1 year. Join our Pups Waiting List by clicking HERE.

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What You Can Expect – Aloe Vera Pup Ready To Plant

UPDATE: 09/22/2017 We have invited all who joined through March 2017 to purchase.

HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR ALOE VERA PUP

Aloe vera pups, promptly transplanted, usually do quite well. Your new pup may lose color for a few weeks, but should then return to a healthy Aloe green as it takes root. All the pup needs is dirt, sunlight, a little water, and your love.

Shipped as a living, healthy plant out of the ground. Your care will cause it to flourish. Please note: We are unable to process returns or replacements for this item.

To see how we acquire the pups, watch this video: http://youtu.be/1bGmw1zXrwc

To see how we protect the species, watch this video: http://youtu.be/xsGwlJzFR10

To learn more about planting your pups, go to: http://www.aloe1.com/?p=2533

Another Resource: http://www.aloe1.com/how-to-plant-aloe-vera/

WARNING – DO NOT BUY DURING FREEZING WEATHER – THEY WILL DIE IF THEY GET BELOW 33 DEGREES F DURING SHIPPING – WAIT TILL MAY FOR NORTHERN STATES

Additional information

Weight .75 lbs
Dimensions 2 x 2 x 7 in

2 reviews for Aloe vera Pup — Live and Ready to Plant

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Julie Johnson

    I got my babies two years ago and they growing soo big….

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    J.C. Naumowicz

    These are marvelous plants!
    I got 4 pups a little under 2 years ago. I gave one of the two medium sized ones to a friend and sadly, because of invincible ignorance and neglect, he and his wife killed it. The smallest one has grown over 75% and (my bad) has shown my learning curve in fostering its growth by loosing a couple of the original leaves. In my climate zone, these produce new center leaves every three weeks during the cool low-light winter and every two weeks or so during the summer.

    On the other side of the spectrum, the other medium sized one as-well-as the larger of the group have had explosive growth (maybe 300%) and are even producing pups – something that I wasn’t expecting for a couple more years. Since they’re potted, I’ve had to increase the pot size twice and it looks like they’ll need another size trade-up by summers end.

    I would highly recommend these to anyone considering growing aloes.

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