Aloe repotting

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  1. AS0304

    AS0304 New Member

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    Need some help repotting my aloe plant. Do you think its time to split this into different baby pots?
     

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    Violet New Member

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    Hi!

    your aloe is beautiful! i think that your plant can be repotted, although aloe prefers to be a bit more root bound. if you want to split the plant make sure to size down the pot size enough so that the roots can be a pot more cozy.
     
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    Thank you so much! I am so sorry I couldn’t respond before. I had actually repotted it into siff pots as the original plant was falling due to weight. But i feel I might have done hurt the plant in this process which I feel terrible about. Sharing some pics after repotting to understand where I went wrong and what next to do
     
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    This is after repotting. Some leaves are turning yellow
     

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    wcutler Paragon of Plants Forums Moderator VCBF Cherry Scout 10 Years

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    Isn't it just the leaves at the bottom, under the soil line, that are wilting and turning yellow? They should have been removed anyway. I don't know if it's fine now to just cut them off at the soil line or should you dig down to cut them off at the stem. Maybe someone will say.
     
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    It was the leaves near the soil line.. I didnt remove any while repotting as they looked heathy..not sure if its something i missed to check properly or it was ok. Otherwise in general how long does it take for aloe vera to grow new leaves from the roots in north american climate?
     

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