She’s a bit of a sun worshipper is our Vera, but don’t let her get burned will you? Indirect bright sun will be best, but if she is in direct sunlight be mindful of scorching.
Whatever you do, do not overwater your Aloe Vera. Try letting the soil dry out in between waterings which will take longer in the colder months. Make sure her pot has some holes in the bottom for drainage.
Vera needs no extra misting. She’s quite happy in dry air. She will fare well in your regular household humidity.
She likes it ambient, so keep her in a temperature you would be comfortable in. She won’t be pleased if you let her get too cold.
Your Aloe needs no extra food. You can feed her once a year if you want to, but don’t worry about extra food at all.
Considering all her health benefits this one is best NOT to be nibbled by inquisitive pets. If your animals are likely to chew on your Vera then maybe a plant from our Pet Safe selection would serve you better?