Aloe Pearsonii Pearson's Aloe
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Aloe pearsonii, commonly known as ‘Pearson's aloe’, is best known for being a visually appealing plant. Expect the winter-dormant plant to grow to a height of 90 cm as it matures. This Flattened to globular shape plant's main feature is its fleshy green leaves, which turn red when properly stressed. Pearson's aloe has its origin in Namibia and belongs to the Asphodelaceae family.
Aloe pearsonii has a fast growth rate.
Pearson's aloe is a one-of-a-kind succulent that blooms in the spring. When it blooms, it produces dark green flowers.
Watering and Feeding
These succulents require regular watering but are drought-tolerant for short periods. Deep watering should be done only when the soil is completely dry. Reduce watering during the winter months and avoid overwatering as it is the leading cause of this plant’s death. Moreover, it requires organic-based fertilizer.
A well-drained soil mixture is essential for Aloe Pearsonii, as it is for all succulents.
The shrubby succulent prefers a warm climate. It can survive in the hardiness zone of 10b.
This variety of Aloe requires a lot of light. When planting this succulent in a garden, make sure it gets plenty of sunlight. It grows best in full to partial shade sun exposure.
Cuttings, leaves, offsets, and seeds can all be used to propagate Aloe Pearsonii plants. This succulent does not require repotting regularly.
Pearson's aloe is an attractive succulent that you should never miss to keep at your home. These plants are preferable to grow outside rather than indoors.
Some of the information in this description has been found at desert-tropicals.com, llifle.com and cactus-art.biz
|Common Name||Pearson's aloe|
|Frost Tolerance||-3.9 °C|
|Growth Rate||Fast growth|
|Scientific Name||Aloe pearsonii|
|Shape||Flattened to globular|
|Sun Exposure||Full sun or light shade|