Growing Aloe Vera in New Jersey

The aloe plant requires an average temperature of no less than 50 degrees fahrenheit. It can survive up to 104 degrees fahrenheit. It requires full sunlight, although an excess of sunlight can cause the leaves to turn brown. It needs minimal water, since it is a succulent plant.

The climate in New Jersey, with cold winters and warm humid summers, is not conducive to growing the aloe plant outdoors. The plant should be grown indoors near a window where it will receive plenty of sun and warmth. The potted plant could be placed outdoors during the summer months, provided that it is not watered during rains. Your plant requires very little water and will suffer if it is not allowed to dry out completely between waterings. When watering, fully soak the plant, then allow to dry completely before re-watering.

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