How do you revive dead aloe vera?

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introduction

The aloe vera plant is one of the most popular and well-known plants in the world today, and to a large extent it can be said that this ubiquity is due to the ability of this plant to regenerate and repair the skin.

but the aloe vera plant has various diseases and problems, one of which is the drying out of the roots.

aloe vera plant

Shockingly, aloe vera is threatened by both its roots and its shoots, and if it gets too much light, it gets sunburned, and if it doesn’t get sufficient water, its roots will dry up.

Remove the plant from the pot it is in

How do you revive dead aloe vera?

  • Remove the plant from the pot it is in

One of the most common causes of the aloe vera plant dying and withering is the drying out of the root. 

To solve this problem, you must first remove the dying plant from the pot and gradually revive it.

– Carefully turn the pot containing the plant over so that the plant is facing the ground, then hold it carefully with one hand and tap the bottom of the pot with the other hand until the aloe plant comes out.

Remove alovera

Of course, the plant may not come out easily, in which case try tapping the pot on the edge of the table to get the plant to come out.

 You just have to be careful not to get any strong syrup on the table or the pot.

– You must be very careful when removing the aloe vera plant and never pull or push it.

 You only need to move and shake the pot. As you’re doing this to shape the plant, it shouldn’t be injured.

Take care of the roots

  • Take care of the roots

When you take the aloe vera plant out of the pot, remove some of the soil around the stem check the roots thoroughly, and cut off the roots that are dirty and black.

In general, it is not difficult to distinguish healthy from unhealthy roots; the black and dirty roots are unhealthy, and the others are healthy.

cut off the roots that are dirty and black

  • On the off chance that as it were a small portion of the roots have turned dark, it is conceivable to spare the plant effectively and there’s no ought to stress.

 

 Of course, provided that the dark roots are isolated from it. For this, you’ll utilize planting scissors or a sharp cut.

 

If a large part of the plant's roots are damaged

– If a large part of the plant’s roots are damaged, saving the plant will require more effort.

 If this is the case with your plant, you should cut off the large leaves as well as the roots with a sharp knife and separate them so that the remaining roots can nourish the remaining leaves of the aloe vera plant.

Use a suitable pot

  • Use a suitable pot

The best pot for a plant depends on how big it is. In any case, the pot should be 1.3 times larger than the plant’s roots. 

If you put a plant in a pot that is too large, the soil will collect too much water and the plant could later have dry roots.

The roots of aloe vera grow horizontally

The roots of aloe vera grow horizontally and later become very large and heavy, so it is better to choose a suitable pot right from the start.

Note that a narrow pot is not at all suitable for Aloe vera, as it can bend to one side and break when the plant becomes heavy.

  • The pot you choose must have water drainage holes so that the excess water in the pot can be drained out.

The pot you choose must have water drainage

  • Use the right soil

– You can make a suitable mixed soil yourself and should use sand, gravel, pumice, and normal soil. 

Just note that coarse-grained sands should be used, as the fine-grained type retains a lot of moisture.

  • Potting soil can also be used because potting soil is a kind of mixed soil and the aloe vera plant grows well in mixed soil.

 

Use the right soil

  • Place the plant in a new pot

Now that you have prepared the soil and the pot, it is time to place the plant in the pot. First, add some soil to the pot.

Then remove the soil that is stuck to the root and place the root in the pot. 

Now place the plant in the pot and make sure that the roots are well covered. Do not water the plant immediately after planting it in a new pot.

Place the plant in a new pot

Aloe vera is a plant that needs water in a certain way. To check whether it needs water, stick your finger in the soil.

If the soil is still moist, the plant doesn’t need water, but if it’s dry, it does need water.

 Be careful, because as already mentioned, aloe vera doesn’t need much water. If you give it too much water, it can harm the plant and cause it to die.

– If you keep the plant outdoors, it is better to water it once every two weeks.

– If you keep the plant indoors, it is sufficient to water it 3 to 4 times a week.

Change the location for sunbathing

  • Change the location for sunbathing

Aloe vera gets sunburned by direct sunlight. The first step to avoid this problem is to change the location, i.e.

 move the plant to another place where the leaves are not burnt by direct sunlight.

– To solve this problem, it is not necessary to use artificial light, but the plant must be exposed to natural light. 

Even if you do not have a suitable place for indirect light, it is better to place the plant in its previous location instead of using artificial light.

Remove dead leaves

  • Remove dead leaves

Cutting off the dead leaves is very practical and important, as the plant no longer has to search for nutrients after cutting them off and the aloe vera leaves grow better as a result.

Conclusion:

aloe vera plants are resilient and adaptable, but they can still encounter issues like root drying that require attention and care.

By following the steps outlined in this guide, you can effectively revive a struggling aloe vera plant and promote its overall health and vitality.

aloe vera leaves grow better as a result

Remember to inspect the roots, repot the plant in suitable soil and a properly sized pot, and provide appropriate watering and sunlight.

Additionally, regular maintenance such as removing dead leaves and adjusting the plant’s location can help prevent future issues.

With patience and diligence, you can enjoy the benefits of a thriving aloe vera plant in your home for years to come.

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