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by rozy221 on May 14, 2005 02:54 AM
Hi All! I purchased a large aloe plant recently (has babies and everything!). I have it in my living room which gets bright light, but no real direct sun. Some of the "leaves" have started to curve downwards, as opposed to being almost straight-up. Is this bad or normal? It's a pretty cool, big plant, I just have to find a little brighter spot for it I think. Any suggestions? Thanks!
by dulcevoce on May 14, 2005 07:45 AM
Hi Rozy,
I have several aloes in my house, one is a big one whose "leaves" stand fairly straight and always have. Then I have another kind that creates its own babies and sorta hangs over the pot. All do well in good light but not direct sun. You may have one that likes to droop. Sounds normal. Don't water too much either. Only when it is completely dry. Do you have a moisture detector? Enjoy. Jane

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