Re: Killed my aloe?

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Posted by Jeanne on June 04, 2003 at 11:06:27:

In Reply to: Re: Killed my aloe? posted by Newt on May 31, 2003 at 19:40:36:

: : I think I have killed my aloe. I thought it would be warm enough to start leaving out over night, but came home after Mem Day weekend and my beautiful, thick-leaved aloe is turning brown and withering! Help! I have babied this plant from a start I got from a friend a year ago. It was almost 3 feet tall and very heavy until last weekend. What should I do? Thanks:(


: Hi Jeanne,
: So sorry to hear about your aloe. I don't know where you live, but if the temps got below 50* then there is probably nothing you can do. I'd say wait a while and see if anything has survived.

: Regards,
: Newt

Thanks Newt, I knew I would hear from you. It is looking ok on some parts of the plant, but others are dead on the ends and blotchy. Should I take the little pieces (pups?) and plant them separately from the big one, in hopes they will take off? Thanks again for your help. By the way, it's southwest Missouri. Jeanne

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