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My experience with Aloe Vera is that it is a very hardy plant. Being a succulent it likes a lot of sunlight and very little water. That bent leaf could be the result of the root system being limited to a tight pot, and so the plant is trying to grow big leaves with small roots. This sometimes happens after repotting. Simply cut that leaf close to the basis ...


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Simply cover the roots with soil, just like the plant would grow in the wild. Leave the stems / leaves out. The more substrate you give the roots, the healthier the plant will be, since it will have room for root development. To answer your question, leave maybe 2 cm (one inch) of space between the top of the pot and the soil you put in. In the case of your ...


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It looks like soft rot, which is a bacteria. Most experts say it is difficult to control but you can try several things: Reduce watering Prune away the affected parts Repot it using new soil (sounds like you recently did this so maybe try the other two)


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