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Original price was: ₹100.00.Current price is: ₹80.00.

Tiger Tooth Aloe (Aloe juvenna) is a striking succulent known for its tooth-shaped leaves with white spots and serrated edges.

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  • Country of origin: India
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  • Bare rooted plant
Estimated delivery dates: May 30, 2024 - Jun 1, 2024

Description

Tiger Tooth Aloe (Aloe juvenna) is a striking succulent known for its tooth-shaped leaves with white spots and serrated edges. It is relatively easy to grow and care for.

 How to grow Tiger Tooth Aloe:

  1. Select a healthy plant: Obtain a healthy Tiger Tooth Aloe plant from a nursery or garden center. Look for a plant with firm, upright leaves and no signs of damage or disease. Choose a size that suits your preference.
  2. Container and soil: Select a well-draining container with drainage holes. Tiger Tooth Aloe does well in containers made of clay or terracotta, as they allow for better airflow. Use a well-draining succulent or cactus potting mix. Alternatively, create your own mix by combining regular potting soil with perlite or coarse sand.
  3. Lighting: Tiger Tooth Aloe thrives in bright, indirect sunlight. Place the plant in a location where it can receive 4-6 hours of indirect sunlight per day. If growing indoors, a south or west-facing window is usually suitable. If the plant is placed outdoors, ensure it is protected from intense, direct sunlight.
  4. Temperature and humidity: Tiger Tooth Aloe prefers average to warm temperatures between 60-80°F (15-27°C). It can tolerate slightly cooler temperatures but is sensitive to frost. The plant prefers low to moderate humidity levels and is well-suited to drier indoor environments.
  5. Watering: Tiger Tooth Aloe is drought-tolerant and prefers to dry out between waterings. Water the plant thoroughly and allow the soil to dry out completely before watering again. Avoid overwatering, as it can lead to root rot. During the winter months, reduce watering frequency as the plant goes into a dormant period.
  6. Fertilization: Tiger Tooth Aloe does not require frequent fertilization. You can apply a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer formulated for succulents or cacti during the growing season (spring and summer) at half strength. Follow the instructions on the fertilizer packaging for the appropriate dosage and frequency.
  7. Pruning and grooming: Remove any dead, yellowing, or damaged leaves to maintain the plant’s appearance and overall health. You can use clean, sharp pruning shears or scissors to carefully trim the leaves as needed.
  8. Propagation: Tiger Tooth Aloe can be propagated through offsets or stem cuttings. To propagate offsets, carefully remove the small plantlets that grow around the base of the parent plant and replant them in their own pots. For stem cuttings, take a healthy stem cutting and let it dry for a few days until the cut end calluses. Then, plant the cutting in well-draining soil and keep it lightly moist until roots develop.
  9. Pests and diseases: Tiger Tooth Aloe is relatively resistant to pests and diseases. However, keep an eye out for common succulent pests such as mealybugs or spider mites. If infestation occurs, take appropriate measures, such as using insecticidal soap or wiping the affected areas with a cotton swab dipped in rubbing alcohol.

By following these steps and providing proper care, you can successfully grow and enjoy the unique beauty of Tiger Tooth Aloe in your home or garden.

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