Help on Aloa Vera Plant

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Posted by Donna on January 18, 2003 at 17:32:24:

I just rescued an aloa vera plant from a vacant house. It has become so overgrown that it has fallen over and come out of the dirt. The leaves are huge and green still even though it has been left with no water. How do I repot the plant since I don't see any roots. The soil has become so dry that the bottoms of the plant have been laying on top of the dirt for months. Can I place them in water to grow roots before replanting or should I place them in dirt?

Any help?

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