I posted a question a few weeks ago asking if my aloe was going to bloom. Does Aloe Vera bloom?

I have now flowers that look like they have seeds in them but I'm not sure about it. So I was wondering if anyone can tell are they seeds and if they are how should I plant them

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    Those aren't seeds, they are spent flowers. Aloe will make a fruit if it was successfully pollinated. Many Aloe are self sterile, so unless there is another compatible plant in bloom and a means to get pollen from one to the other, you're unlikely to get seeds, especially indoors. – Tim Nevins Apr 29 at 19:48

The seeds may or may not be viable, but you need to wait for each flower to fade and dry out a bit before collecting the seed. More information on how to grow from seed here https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/aloe-vera/growing-aloe-seeds.htm

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