Aloe globuligemma should be sown in spring and will flower during July and August. Be sure to plant this aloe where it will receive full sun and be careful with watering, particularly during winter rainfall.
This succulent will do well in cultivation especially in areas with summer rainfall. The seeds will germinate very well but could damp off if overwatered. Use a mixture of river sand, compost and soil when sowing. Sprinkle the seeds evenly on the surface, covering them with small pebbles afterward which will help it to grow upright and prevent it from damping off. Keep your seed tray in a dry and warm corner and do not let it dry out. You can transplant your seedlings after one year.