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Aloe Juvenna is a clump-forming succulent plant that branches from the base. Their leaves have menacing-looking spiny edges, hence their common name ‘tiger tooth’. The spines on the edges of the leaves may appear sharp but they are actually harmless and do not prick when touched. The leaves are bright green to reddish brown in color and speckled with white flecked spots.
The sun brings out its reddish brown color. Keep it in the shade and it stays green. These plants can grow to about a foot tall. They are not fast growers at first, but once they get going they produce pups and offshoots readily. They produce bright blooms that are in the shades of orange and coral.
Light: Place in a bright location indoors. Choose an east facing window if possible. A south or west facing window will also work.
Water: Watering largely depends on the climate you live in. Although these plants are highly adapted to dry weather conditions, they do much better when given sufficient amounts of water. If you keep your plants indoors, you may not have to water as much especially if they are not receiving a lot of light. Too much water and not enough light is a recipe for disaster for these plants.