Aloe Vera Plants

jammer j at mm.er
Wed Feb 19 17:24:50 EST 2003


#1- I found this group days ago, not a month ago, and #2 CAT??????? 

~moving on....




On Wed, 19 Feb 2003 10:44:17 GMT, "Cereoid+10" <cereoid at prodigy.net>
wrote:

>Your original posting about the plant was about a month ago. Don't you
>remember?
>
>Who knows if the original plant will survive? The info you provided isn't
>sufficient to say. The mushy appearance may be the result of rot brought on
>by cold damage or any of a number of reasons. First you blame a cat and now
>you say you have over watered it. Luck has nothing to do with it.
>
>A picture would be worth a thousand words.
>
>
>jammer <j at mm.er> wrote in message
>news:fp365v4pcinbouact9e84eu5s2ptod51k7 at 4ax.com...
>> On Tue, 18 Feb 2003 13:51:36 GMT, "Cereoid+10" <cereoid at prodigy.net>
>> wrote:
>>
>> >Its been almost a month since you asked the question. Is there anything
>left
>> >of your plant anymore?
>> >
>> >Take the leaves out of water. That's not the way one roots succulent
>plant
>> >leaves and its not going to work for Aloe vera anyway.
>> >
>> >You'd have better luck waving a dead cat over your head!!!
>>
>> I posted that last night.
>>
>> Ok............sigh.........thanks for the window sill space........i
>> guess.
>>
>> What about the mama still attached to roots but rather uh, mushy
>> looking? Can i repot the roots with any luck?
>>
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>jammer <j at mm.er> wrote in message
>news:hfp35vgqf5i72vj8f42it0s15jusup0789 at 4ax.com...
>>
>> It made me sick to read this. This is what i came to ask. I have many
>> aloe leaves in a vase of water. What happened was i have this
>> sentimental aloe plant and i probably over watered it. It started
>> bending and then i noticed the base was turning to mush. I left the
>> potted base and pulled off the rest of it. There is NOTHING i can
>> DO????????????!!!!!!!!!!!
>>
>>
>> On Thu, 23 Jan 2003 19:37:51 GMT, "Cereoid+10" <cereoid at prodigy.net>
>> wrote:
>>
>> >Aloe vera cannot be propagated from leaf cuttings.
>> >
>> >Not all leaf succulents can be propagated from leaf cuttings.
>> >
>> >Aloe are succulents not Cactus.
>> >
>> >Not all succulents are Cactus.
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >rusty <rusty1013 at comcast.net> wrote in message
>> >news:uKmcnWnzYZV8obKjXTWcpw at comcast.com...
>> >> OK, to start off....  This is my first post. I do not know the rules...
>> >> please disarm any flame throwers
>> >>
>> >> Thanks
>> >>
>> >> I have an Aloe Plant that was given to me by a neighbor.  This plant is
>> >huge
>> >> and up until yesterday in good shape.  Last night the plant got knocked
>> >off
>> >> the counter by a cat (do not say get rid of the cat... I am not sure
>which
>> >> one it was).  A few of the leaves got broken off.  I would like to save
>> >them
>> >> and try to get new plants growing from them.  I have dipped them in a
>> >> rooting hormone, and placed them in soil.  Is this the best thing to
>do?
>> >> Any ideas would be helpful.
>> >>
>> >> I did this since I have had success with another Succulent type Cactus
>> >that
>> >> was too big.  And it took off great.
>> >>
>> >> Thanks in advance,
>> >>
>> >> Rusty
>> >>
>> >>
>> >
>>
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