Sunburnt Aloe Vera Plant

A sunburnt aloe vera plant will inevitably become dehydrated, causing severe discoloration and browning in its leaves. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to fix a sunburnt aloe vera plant, like removing it from direct sunlight or showering it in your sink from the top and down to its roots. You should pay close attention … Read more

Aloe Vera Turning Pink

The primary reason Aloe Vera leaves turn pink is that the plant is overexposed to direct sunlight. Other reasons may include shock, inadequate drainage, cold temperatures, or underwatering.  We all know how striking Aloe Vera can look when it is a healthy emerald green and full of Aloe gel just waiting to help soothe our … Read more

7 Reasons Your Aloe Vera Has No Roots

The most common reason for Aloe plants losing roots is overwatering and inadequate drainage. Plant your Aloe in soil meant for succulents and cactus, and water only when the top third of the soil is dry. Other reasons for Aloe losing roots could be low light, extreme cold, or root damage.  If your Aloe has … Read more