Name: Aloe Vera
Care Level: Easy! This little succulent has a high tolerance for forgetful waterers and can mainly withstand anything!
Water: You should water the aloe plant heavily about once every two weeks, and wait for the soil to dry out fully. Because this is a desert species, keeping the soil moist will cause root rot. If you have limp or brown leaves, it indicates that you’ve over watered your plant.
Sunlight: Place the aloe plant in a bright, sunny place. If you don’t, it will become dormant and stop growing. You can put the plant in the outdoors for the summer, but do not place in direct sunlight right away. It’s important to gradually place it in a brighter spot every few days to percent overexposure.