Thanks for your reply.
I'm not doing anything different than I have been doing for the past year.
I don't know exactly which Aloe I have. Is there a web site that shows all
of the different types? It looks like a common Aloe.
When the soil looks try to the touch, I water until water comes out of the
bottom of the pot.
The plant is indoors. It is next to a window facing North-East and only
gets morning sunshine. This is the only location that I can put it.
All leaves are turning brown, but the oldest leaves are "browner" than
Thanks again for your reply.
"Cereoid*" <CEREOID at prodigy.net> wrote in message
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> What are you doing? Don't keep us in suspense.
>> Which Aloe do you have?
> There are nearly 500 species nowadays.
>> How much and when do you water?
>> Where are you growing the plant?
>> All the leaves are turning brown or just the oldest?
>>> "cj0001" <test at test.com> wrote in message
> news:faFE6.68855$166.1305119 at news1.rdc1.bc.home.com...> > I have an aloe plant that is sick. The edges of it's leaves are
> > turn brown, but all of the leaves are still thick and soft. Does anyone
> > have any idea
> > what I may be doing wrong?
> > The plant is about one year old. Over the past four months, three or
> > new baby Aloes have sprung up, but they are also turning brown.
> > Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> > Thanks in advance.