How to grow Aloe nobilis

Aloe nobilis growing succulent plant of the genus Aloe also known as Gold tooth aloe, Aloe nobilis perennial evergreen plant, used as ornamental house plant, can grow in desert, mediterranean, subtropical or tropic climate and growing in hardiness zone 10+.

Leaves color is green, green with yellow, orange or red, leaves fleshy with white spiny edges the size can be 10-30 cm.

Aloe nobilis flower

Flower color red-orange the flower in cone shape grow in inflorescence stalk.

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How to grow Aloe nobilis succulent growing condition and care:

Frost free, well-drained soil

How to care:
When it’s frost need to take care of the plant, plant it in location without winds and also put mulch and dead leaves on the plant, possible to fertilize once a year

What is the best way to start growing?
Plant / Seeds – explanation bellow / Vegetative Reproduction

How to propagate:
propagation by daughter plant better to transplant them when there is at least 2-3 leaves, need to care daughter plant the same as adult, propagation by cutting possible stems or leaves, need to cut and wait that the cut will heal after this put it in the soil, better sandy soil with good drainage, watering need to be lightly and let it almost dry between watering, also leaves are more sensitive to pests and can be rotten easy so consider to use sterile soil (put in microwave).

Is it necessary to graft or use vegetative reproduction?
No, but easy to start from cutting or daughter plant

Difficulties or problems when growing:
Spines in the edge of the leaves

Planting season:
Spring to summer in hardiness zone 10a, spring to autumn in hardiness zone 10b, all year in hardiness zone 11+.

How to plant:
Planting in bigger hole 50-100% bigger, mix the soil with small amount of organic matter, plant and cover it lightly, if there are a lot of rains need to put to plant higher than the ground level in order to prevent puddles.

Pests and diseases:
Aphids, slugs, snails

Pruning season:
All year, better to prune after blooming season

How to prune:
Dead leaves and old stems

Size of the plant:
Leaves 10-25 (4-10 inches) cm the spike 20-40 cm (8-16 inches)

Growth speed in optimal condition:
Slow growing

Water requirement:
Small amount of water, let it dry between watering, do not over water

Light conditions in optimal condition for growing:
Full Sun / Half Shade / Full shade (more sensitive to pests in the shade)

Is it possible to grow indoor as houseplant?
Yes, need to grow it with light and might won’t bloom

Growing is also possible in a pots, planter, flowerpot or containers:
Yes

How to grow in a pot:
Choose container 30-50% bigger than the root ball, need sandy soil, lava grit and other inert soil possible to use cactus potting mix, but grow well in regular potting mix, small amount of organic matter, make enough holes in the pot that will be good drainage, possible to put fertilize it once a year, put small amount of water and let it dry between watering, better not to use bottom for the pot but if yes, need to be dry in the end of the day.

Blooming information

Bloom season:
Summer

General information about the flower
Red-orange flowers in cone shape grows in inflorescence stalk.

How to grow Aloe nobilis succulent from seeds

Sowing requirement:
Light soil with good drainage, optimal sowing temperature ~25C (~77C), but can be sown in hotter temperatures

Saving seeds until sowing:
Dark and dry place in room temperature

Sowing season:
Spring to autumn, better in spring higher chance that will germinate

Planting spacing:
20*30cm (8*12 inches)

Depth of Sowing:
0.5cm, 0.25 inches

Conditions for seeds germinate:
Lightly moist soil, half shade to full sun

Watering requires for Seeds:
Small amount of water and let it almost dry between watering, don’t overwater

Germination time:
2-5 weeks

Condition of seedling:
Light, water small amount but don’t over water

Scientific name:

Aloe nobilis

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