Aloe there!

I bought a tiny little aloe plant at a church sale a few months back thinking it would likely not survive, let alone grow.

Oh how wrong I was. Despite having little to no luck with them in the past I seem to have created the right conditions for this one.

Aloe 001
It sits on my little wobbly nightstand next to whatever pile of books I am working on, my lamp, the “charming” bowl I made in pottery class at the Gardiner Museum and my 1985 Sony Dream Machine which is still ticking. Well not ticking but you get what I mean.

So other than sunburns, which are few and far between in a Canadian winter, what do I do with it?

Aloe 002

I’ll take any and all suggestions. In the meantime I’ll do a little research on the subject to find out more. I’m also wondering if I should transplant it now or wait until the spring?


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