NOTE: Images shown are just examples of what you can get. It is mix of a lot of hybrid species and they are mixed all together so there is no guarantee that you will get exactly what you see but maybe other varieties of aloe hybrids.
Aloe is a genus of flowering succulent plants, native to Africa, Madagascar, and the Arabian Peninsula. The origin of the genus name is uncertain, but the most popularly accepted suggestions are that it is derived from the Arabic words “alloch” or “alloeh”, a vernacular name for medicinally used members of the genus, or the Greek word “aloë”, referring to the dried juice of aloe leaves.
Light: Strong, bright light. They can withstand full summer sun, once acclimated. In the winter, provide bright light. Water: Water generously in the summer and nearly cease watering in the winter. Do not let water stand in the rosettes. Temperature: Prefers warmer temperatures of 70 to 80 °F (21 to 27 °C), but will survive down to 40 °F (4.5 °C). Soil: A well-drained potting mix is essential; use a cacti or succulent mix. Fertilizer: Feed with a cactus fertilizer in the summer only. Suspend feeding in the winter as the plant goes dormant.