The aloe plants, which originate from Africa and Arabia, belong to the asphodel family (Asphodelaceae) and are known for their fleshy, serrated leaves arranged in rosettes, from which a gel can be obtained. There are over 500 species, some of which are poisonous, although the aloe vera (Aloe Vera or Aloe barbadensis) is non-toxic and known as a medicinal plant. Also non-poisonous is the tree aloe (Aloe arborescens), which can form orange-red flowers and false stems, since stem formation is not possible with monocotyledonous plants. Aloe plants like it warm and bright and, as succulents, do not need excessive water, which is why they are considered easy to care for. Only special soil for cacti and succulents should be used.
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