Moving My Aloe Vera Plants.

About: I like to learn new things. I really enjoy it. Learning makes me feel alive.

I Loooooove to have Aloe vera plats at home. I use then on my skin if I get burn, on my face and my hair. In Colombia we use it as medicine in many different ways and it is a tradition to have at least one at home. So now that I'm living in Sweden I try to have one at home.

I moved to Stockholm and Gothenburg because of my studies and I had to give away the two that I had before. As soon as I got back into the house I decided to buy a new one.

Supplies:

  • Soil
  • Gloves
  • Plants
  • Pots

Step 1: When One Becomes Four

I purchased this Aloe vera plant at Ikea a while ago and I noticed that there was some new plats there that needed a new "home"

I took some old pots that I had lying outside and bought some soil.

Step 2: Splitting the Gang.

I placed the plant inside a container and separated the roots carefully. It is important not to damage the roots cause it will affect the survival of the plants.

Step 3: Moving In

I poured the soil into the pots and made hole sin the center. This was to make space for the roots and for a little of the old soil that has to follow with the plant into the new pot.

Step 4: And Now I Got Four

I have to wait a few weeks until I can say that this is a success. If the smallest one survives I will be very proud of myself.

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