Aloe is a genus of succulent plants that belong to the family of Asphodelaceae. It’s native to Africa, Madagascar, and the Arabian Peninsula, but has been widely cultivated and naturalized in other regions of the world. Aloe has fleshy, often spiny leaves that form a rosette at the base or along a stem. The leaves contain a gel-like substance that has various medicinal and cosmetic uses. The plant also produces attractive yellow, orange, red, or pink tubular flowers and for this reason, it’s popular as a house and garden plant.
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