the genus aloe belongs to the asphodelaceae family and contains approx. 400 members. aloe juvenna is native to kenya.
aloe juvenna can be placed from sunny to light shaded. in hot summer sun its leaves can turn to red/brown. if placed outside during summer make sure that rainwater can easily flow out of the pot, because wet legs can cause rotten roots.
a regular cactus mix or a mix between standard potting soil and sand (3:2) can be used.
drench it well, water running out of the pot’s hole should be removed after a few minutes. before adding water next allow to dry.
in spring and summer a cactus fertilizer at half strength can be given monthly and if placed at room temperature in fall/winter every eight weeks.
aloe juvenna can be grown at room temperature the year round with a winter minimum of 10-15 °c/50-59 °f. at this temperature range it has to be kept nearly dry und must not be fed. for flowering it needs a cold period.
aloe juvenna can be propagated by division, cuttings or with seeds.