Answer: You can cut off the flowering stems that developed in the center of the plant after the blooms have faded. The bulb type growth is a seed pod. If you allow it to develop seeds you can harvest them and start new little plants. If you're not interested in having more, simply cut them off, along with the stem. Your aloe's will develop more leaves and flowering stems during the summer. Again, enjoy the flowers, then cut the flowering stems down when the flowers are spent.
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