A little tour of my replanted aloe 😁 (had to export at 360p for it to be small enough to fit in a toot)
@maloki I can't wait for them to grow and flower. When it was a single bush it would get three or four flowers; they're tall shoots full of red flowers that the sunbirds love to perch on and feed from. I can only imagine what it'll look like with this long strip of flowering aloe!
@welshpixie my parents always had an aloe in their house. and when I was a kid, I usually used aloe juice as a supplemental aid when I caught a cold.
@dumpsterqueer @pfx We joke that she's a pokemon because we heard her at the back door mewing when we were feeding ours outside, then when I went out to look she had vanished but I could hear her, so I walked over the brick section to the overgrown grass and she was hiding right at the edge of the grass mewing up at me :D
@dumpsterqueer @pfx The day after she showed up. We had to keep her outside and separate from ours until we had her tested for the transmittables, but she was fine. She was out the back a week (in summer so it wasn't cold), and she just stayed there, didn't leave at all. ^.^ She doesn't actually jump very high and our back walls are about seven foot so we're not sure how she got in at all!
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