by Meli C

Lucky Aloe

We keep a few Aloe Vera plants at home that used to belong to my parents. After the latest move, I felt the plants really suffered and I was afraid they weren’t going to make it (they were turning slightly orange and brown)!

In a desperate attempt to save them, we bought new planting soil and replanted them, hoping the new soil would revive them.  As the weather got cooler in Miami over December and January, the plants started looking a little happier.

Last week after arriving from NY, I noticed one of them had flowered! It made me so happy, I just had to share!  It’s also a plus that flowering Aloe Vera is believed to be a sign of good luck and overall positive energy.


1 laura { 02.07.11 at 4:15 pm }

Has to be one of my top 10 favorite posts byMeliC, blessed be the home of the aloe-vera flower, may many more come ;).

2 Saving Vera – How not to care for an aloe. « Accidental Green Thumb { 02.16.11 at 9:04 pm }

[…] you will ever see. All week it seems I have been noticing aloe plants online. First on my friend Melissa’s blog  she showed her aloe plant and it is blooming (yes, I am jealous mine never has despite giving me […]

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