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📚 Aloe Tarantula Care Guide
Aloe Tarantula is a slow growing succulent in the genus Aloe. They have sturdy green leaves densely covered with lightly-colored teeth that are safe to touch and produces clusters of offsets at its base.
Aloe Tarantula is fairly forgiving when it comes to missing a
watering day. These plants don't require much oversight.
For Aloe Tarantula, it is important to let the majority of the soil dry in between waterings. Be careful about overwatering your plant -- this can lead to fungal disease like root rot and pest infestations.
Growing Outdoors If growing outdoors, you will want to plant Aloe Tarantula in an
area that receives morning sunlight that's not too harsh
and afternoon shade for most natural light. You can consider East
facing portions of your garden as those get more morning sun.
Growing Indoors If growing indoors, you can place Aloe Tarantula near an East-facing window that will receive morning sun for half of the day and afternoon shade. You can also consider placing your Aloe Tarantula a few feet away from a South-facing window for diffused light. However, be careful about placing in direct sunlight of a South-facing window as that can cause leaf scorch and affect growth. You can always diffuse the harsh light of a South-facing window by using a sheer curtain.
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Aloe Tarantula can tolerate and grow in moderate light and partially
shady areas which means it prefers about 2-4 hours of diffused
natural light. Moderate and partial shade plants can tolerate some
bright, direct sun, but it's best to give them respite and plant
in primarily shady areas of your space.
When plants like Aloe Tarantula grow in moderate light or partially shady areas, you will want to avoid exposing them to direct sunlight unless direct sun is specified as a light need for the plant. In which case it can tolerate a wide range of low light to direct sun conditions and is very forgiving!
If growing outdoors, you will want to plant Aloe Tarantula in a primarily partially shady area that may receive some morning sun (East side).Aloe Tarantula is a great option for shade gardens or underneath trees or near fence lines that provide cover from bright sunlight.
If growing indoors, you can grow this type of plant in a lot of
different areas of your house. The only thing to keep in mind is
that you'll want to avoid direct sunlight (unless specified) for Aloe Tarantula. This means if you are growing near a South-facing
window, make sure to place it a few feet away from the window.
South-facing windows receive the most amount of bright, indirect
and direct light a day. Eastern-facing windows receive light in
the morning and afternoon shade, while West-facing windows receive
sun in the afternoon. North-facing windows receive the least
amount of light and would be great candidates for where to place
you Aloe Tarantula.
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