Q.After Beheading Aloe And Removing Grown Pups What Do I Do With The Mother Plant?
I have 2 aloe plants I’ve beheaded and removed the pups by now but I don’t know if I keep the mother or what. Also have a 4 ft climbing aloe that needs beheading. At what height should I chop that?
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
There is no reason to cut it, unless you just want to make more. It takes them years to establish and start growing quickly, so leave them as long as you can.
Here is an article that will help you to make more aloe plants:
These articles will help you with the general care of the plant: