Aloe Vera Flowering

My dad gave us this aloe vera plant around three years ago. It liked it because I had a small collection of succulents. And aloe plants were able to survive well in our tropical climate.

After we moved it to our new house, it suddenly grew a flower stalk. This photo was taken in March, during the MCO.

After a few days, the flowers started to wilt and drop off.

I’ve read that aloe vera plants are unable to self-pollinate, so unfortunately my aloe vera plant cannot produce seeds without another flowering aloe vera plant.

As I write this post in November, it had just sprouted flowers again. But this time there isn’t as many flowers on the stalk.

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