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by rainangele on September 15, 2004 10:25 PM
I need some advice. I have an aloe vera plant on my desk at work. It is growing very well but some of the tips of the lower leaves are turning brown. Do I need to prune them?
by Arctostaphylos on September 15, 2004 11:48 PM
My first guess is that its natural aging and no big deal. If you dont like they way it looks you can remove them, I would just let them be (but its not my plant!) Good luck.
by njoynit on September 17, 2004 07:07 PM
you can prune them out& when get cut or stuff can use that leaf to treat with.Its from an injury most likely.If sap is still in them can store in fridge to use.I just have one leaf on plant i use from.its black on tip,but don't need all the time either...sometimes.
good luck.

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