Aloe plants are very easy to grow and tolerant of neglect. They have long gel filled leaves which make them able to survive in their naturally arid habitat and can produce small flowers. They readily produce offsets from the base of the plant which can be removed and potted up.
Light: Bright with sun.
Temperature and humidity: Warm but moderate to cool in winter. Low humidity.
Feeding: Every three weeks.
Watering: When top 2cm of soil are dry. Sparingly in winter.