Aloe Vera Houseplant Rescue

by Sally Ordonez
(Fresno, CA )

I rescued my aloe plant from one of my neighbors it was half dead and nearly dried out!

It's been close to a week and a half or so and I managed to revive my plant %100.

I've been reading on your website, and I'm worried I might make a mistake? You I've got my plant sitting in the bottom of a 2 liter soda bottle with a small amount of water and as I said above its doing wonderfully.

Here I'm including a photo to assists you with my question. Thank you so for time.

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Dec 19, 2016
Congratulations on your Houseplant Rescue
by: Ruth

Hey, Sally,
You are doing great with this aloe vera houseplant rescue! Congratulations!

I think by now you could plant it in a pot with some soil and peat moss, and just carry on.

I've had aloe vera plants thrive before too, just in a room with good moisture and sunshine. Sometimes for 3 weeks or more while I look for new pots. But eventually they do better in a pot with soil from which they can draw nutrients up through the roots into their leaves.

You are doing well, Sally! Good for you!


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