Everybody loves the amazing, exotic looking Aloe Vera plant! We love its enduring appeal!
This little houseplant is really well known for its medicinal qualities and uses in skincare. It’s also a really interesting houseplant - sculptural and relaxing to look at. In this small size, Aloe vera will fit snugly on a shelf or on top of a dresser or a table!
With its sculptural spikes, this lovely little succulent likes a warm room but it’s not at all demanding so if you’re new to houseplants then Aloe Vera might be ideal for you!
This little chap also comes in a much larger size - it really depends if you want instant dramatic impact or a small version that will fit better in a smaller space. We love popping this little Aloe plant on a shelf for that ‘curiosity shop’ look - and of course in time it will grow bigger!
Come to Happy Houseplants for mini houseplants as well as larger plants - we have a huge selection of indoor plants for sale. We take great care with every plant - from selection to delivery we are the best houseplant shop around!
This little plant would make an ideal houseplant gift - this is a really cheap houseplant that makes a stunning present. A thank you for doing something for you, or a little birthday gift, this could be the one for you. We’ll even include a free, handwritten card - just add your message at checkout and we’ll do the rest! No giveaway paperwork either!
Aloe Vera care level
This houseplant is really easy care!
Where should I put it?
It likes high and bright light, it can take a sunny spot.
How should I water it?
You should only water between March and October - during the autumn and winter you should avoid any watering.
Should I feed it?
You can feed during the summer months - we sell our own vegan, organic plant food!
Is it suitable if I have pets?
No, it can be toxic to cats and dogs.
What size is it?
W12cm x 30cm
If you’d like to see a video we have made about general houseplant care, have a look here.
All our plants are supplied in a plastic nursery pot
Why not have a look at our larger Aloe Vera plant?