The Aloe Variegata (Gonialoe variegata) plant is one of the most distinct and well-known of the aloe plants. It is part of the subfamily Asphodelaceae, which includes a wide range of succulents.
“Aloe Variegata” pronounced [AL-oh var-ee-GAY-tuh] has a unique look, with striking white and green leaves with clear stripes.
How do you care for variegated Aloe vera?
Plant aloe variegata in bright sunlight, in a spot with well-drained soil. Like all succulents, aloe variegata is prone to root rot if the roots are too damp. Plant indoor-grown aloe variegata in a container filled with a commercial potting soil formulated for cactus and succulents.