Here we reveal how to root with aloe vera, an incredible method that will allow you to grow any plant in your home.

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Everything you need to know about how you can root with aloe vera . Using this method, we will manage to grow any plant.

Plants that don’t grow, what to do

How many times have you happened to have plants in your home that you may have had for a lifetime and that still don’t grow. Luckily, today we reveal the method that’s right for you: often, in fact, you only need a rooting agent .

Before getting to the point, however, and above all explaining how to root with aloe vera, today we will reveal to you the reasons why plants often do not grow and how to remedy this annoying problem.

Plants that don't grow

Plants are all different and need special care and attention. If you want to grow the ones you have at home, we recommend that you read up on it, to actually understand what the species of plant you are growing needs.

In general, you should know that plants need different percentages of light, wind, shade, water, soil and fertilizer. The size of the pot also matters and there are plants that prefer to grow in garden soil rather than in a container placed on a balcony.

It is therefore very important to understand why a plant cannot grow correctly. Before uprooting and definitively throwing away your dead plant, therefore, we advise you to regulate all those factors that we have mentioned. Once this is done, you can continue by trying to root with aloe vera . Here we will reveal how you can do it.

How to root with aloe vera

The first way consists in installing, directly inside the large aloe vera leaf , the branch of the plant that we want to cultivate and that we wish to grow. After inserting it inside the leaf, we can proceed by inserting it inside the pot and pouring the necessary soil. Then we can water.

The second way involves extracting aloe gel. All you have to do is cut the  aloe vera leaf in two and, with a knife, extract all the gel, making sure it doesn’t get lost. To ensure that it doesn’t do this, we recommend placing a glass or any other container that can somehow collect the liquid under the leaf.

Root with aloe vera

Once this is done, pass the liquid to the blender and turn it on. Make sure it becomes as liquid as possible, then pour it into a vase where you have already poured your soil. Then plant the branch of the plant you need to grow.

The third method is to simply pour a small percentage of aloe vera gel , without passing it through the blender first. This method can be especially useful with those small plants, which do not need a large amount of rooting agent, but only a little help.

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