Aloe Genus (scientific name: Aloe), commonly known as aloe, is native to the Mediterranean Sea and Africa. This plant is popular among the public mainly because it is easy to grow and is an ornamental plant with both flowers and leaves. There are only six edible varieties, and the most valuable aloe varieties are: Aloe vera (also known as Aloe Barbadensis/Aloe Vera) Aloe vera (distributed in northern Africa, West India) Islands), Cape Aloe (distributed in southern Africa), Yuanjiang Aloe, etc.
Aloe is an evergreen, succulent herb. The leaves are clustered, pedunculated, or born on the top of the stem, and the leaves are often lanceolate or short and wide, with sharp-toothed thorns on edge.
The inflorescences are umbellate, racemed, spike-like, conical, red, yellow, or red spots, with six petals and six pistils.
The base of the perianth is multi-connected into a cylindrical shape.
The nature and shape of various varieties of aloe are very different, some are like giant trees, about 20 meters high, and some are less than 10 cm high.
There are also many kinds of leaves and flower shapes, each with its characteristics in cultivation. 's favorite. Aloe vera is a tropical plant prone to cold, but aloe vera is also a good and lively plant.