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This is a special cultivar of aloe

Muhidin
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Banjarmasin, ID
Post #: 8
This is actually aloe vera barbadenis miller stockton.
This is a special cultivar of aloe that has been tested and shown to have the highest
level of healing properties of any aloe out there.
And that’s why I truly came here https://www.dailymail...­ today to see all of these aloes growing and to learn
more about them.
In the back here, they just have a little nursery with a whole bunch of different aloe
plants.

In the front yard, we’re going to go ahead and see the older mature plants.
The industry standard for aloe – if they’re harvesting aloe to make liquid or juice that
you would buy at your health food store – the plant has to be at a minimum 4 or 5 years
old. https://www.huffingto...­
Think about it, as the plant is growing, it’s literally concentrated in nutrients – it’s
pulling nutrients, all of the nutrients from the soil, and putting it into the plant.
The longer the plant can do this, the more nutrition it has.
So if you harvest a baby leaf, this baby leaf has only been growing, I don’t even know,
six months.

It’s not going to have as much nutrition as a five year old plant would.
That’s something to remember – you always want to harvest the most mature, oldest leaves
on the aloe vera.
Think about it.
If you have a fruit tree, you’re not going to harvest the fruit when they just show up,
like apples when they’re still green. https://www.usatoday....­
You want them to turn to red and be fully ripe, because this way the apple tree has
the apple on the tree for the longest period of time and it gets to develop all of the
full flavors, the full ripeness, and get more of the nutrition, like the vitamins, minerals,
phytochemicals, and phytonutrients in there for you to enjoy.

With that, you saw all of these little baby pups that they actually have taken off their
mother plants and they potted up to grow.
We’re going to go to the front http://time.com/43000...­ yard now, which is their main aloe vera patch, in their
front yard, which not only looks beautiful, not only will not attract the city to say,
“Take out your vegetable garden!” because it’s not a vegetable garden.
It’s an aloe vera garden.

The cool thing is, it’s also water saving.
They actually don’t water it because it does rain enough here in south Florida to
keep the aloe vera garden growing.
All right, now we’re in the front yard.
Before I share with you guys https://www.cbc.ca/ne...­ this beautiful aloe patch, we’re going to go ahead and
talk about one of the trees here, besides the chicozapote, sapote tree, or sapodilla
tree I love so much, which aren’t quite in season, we’re going to talk about a tree
that I think everybody should be growing in their front yard, especially if they live
in south Florida.
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