ALOE VERA - minimum of 6 seeds
Fill a seed tray or modular tray a 50:50 mixture of moist peat and horticultural sand. Sow the Aloe vera seed on the surface giving each seed about a square inch of space. Give the seed a very light covering of horticultural grit.
Gentle water the seed in, then place in a propagator at a temperature between 70 and 78 degrees Fahrenheit.
It is important that the tray in which the Aloe vera seeds have been sown in are in a place where they can receive a decent amount of light.
Germination can start anywhere from one to four months. If the compost begins to dry off during this period you will need to remove the transparent cover and gently water once more.
As soon as the seedlings start to show, the cover will need to be removed immediately so as not to encourage fungal infections on the Aloe vera seedlings
Once the seedlings are large enough to handle they an be transplanted into 3-inch pots filled with a free draining potting soil. Allow to dry out between watering.