To ensure healthy growth you must plant this succulent in well-drained soil with a pH that is either acidic, neutral (pH=7), or slightly basic. However, they can grow in different soil types like sandy soils or clay-like soils. Like the aloe peglerae, this succulent also looks good when planted in groups. This aloe is drought resistant but if it is watered during its growing season in the summer it will thrive and flower far better. This aloe will grow easily from seed, plant it in semi-shade to full sun and be sure to protect it from severe frost.