Hello! Calling all aloe vera/gardening experts!
Our aloe vera plant got a “little” sunburned when we put it out for sun, so we brought it inside to heal. However, it still does not seem to be reviving.
The leaf insides run with dark yellow resin when you cut them and the inside is still clear, but the outside of the leaf is quite brown and floppy.
We are calling all aloe vera lovers for suggestions on making this plant thrive not just survive.
Here is a photo of the plant:
We love all the healing properties of the aloe plant and would really love to get it going to be the beautiful vibrant green it should be.
Any advice you have will help! Thank you and happy gardening!
One concept to consider when you are planning and purchasing items for your garden or landscape project is; how well will your plants not only grow together but will they do better in solitude or with companion plants? While learning about herbs and vegetables, we have found that it is important for survival for some species to grow together than with another one. Companion planting will ensure the survival of your garden by keeping bugs or other problems for the plant at bay instead of attracting what can kill your garden if not planted appropriately.
The discussion below brings to mind that some plants will thrive if they are planted with others instead of alone.. It is definitely something worth considering: