Aloe dorothea can be planted indoors or outdoors. When planting indoors make sure to place your plant near a window where it will get plenty of bright, indirect light. If you are planting outdoors be sure to provide light shade, particularly during the hottest part of the day.
Plant your succulents in well-drained soil formulated for cacti and other succulents, you could also make your own soil mix, remember that drainage is important if you want to prevent your roots from rotting.
This aloe requires regular watering but can withstand drought for short periods of time. You should water deeply when the soil is dry but cut back on watering during winter.
Propagating your aloe can be done by using the offsets, seeds, or cuttings from a mature plant.