Aloe Vera plant had long stem red blooms and made green pods

by Joyce Foster
(Houston, TX USA)

My Aloe Vera plants have produced a long stem red blooms but one made green pods.

How do I plant the or do I let them dry out? I am not sure what to do with the pods.


Ruth's Reply

Hi Joyce,
wow, I wonder if you would send me a photo of your plant? It must be a different kind than I have, as mine have only had yellow flowers and no pods.

There are, as you may know many kinds of aloe plants.

If yours has pods, it means it is bearing seeds. You could experiment by planting them to see whether this works. If so, you could end up marketing your aloe seeds the next time it has pods.

I do hope you will comment here, and include a photo if you can. I'm sure others want to know more about your plant too.

Blessings,
Ruth

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Aloe Vera green pods
by: Anonymous

I have green pods on my stems after red blooms too. I eat mine. Stir fry with peas or corn is good. At least I like it. I experiment with different veggies. Cut small pieces.

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