Soil is drying slowly and the leaves are yellow. Wht can I do to help them recover from my mistake?
You can repot them in fresh cactus/succulent soil and do not water for a couple of weeks at least.
My aloe plant used to stand straight up but recently it’s leaves have started opening and dropping. Why is that? Does it also need a bigger pot? I don’t over water it!
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It got a lot bigger and do I transplant it in bigger planter?
Aloe, as long as it is a real aloe, and not a Haworthia, will enjoy being rootbound for quite some time before repotting. Once you do repot, it will slow down growth quite drastically until it starts getting rootbound again.
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I brought plant inside, would appreciate if you can help me save my plant
Aloe is supposed to be able to grow outside in your zone 8 so that should help. However, zone 8 can drop to 10 degrees F. which is too cold for most aloe.
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my aloe vera plant is outside, on top of a fence, what do I do for this kind plant ? I live outside PORTLAND
You are in hardiness zone 8a, so you should be able to grow it outside. If you have it in a container, though, I would bring it inside for the winter. The container will not give it the same protection as if it were in the ground. Also, in your zone, temps can get down to 10 degrees F. Aloe typically doesn't survive much below 32 degrees F so it will need protection if the weather gets that cold.
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I inherited these plants a couple weeks ago but I may also have left them in my car during the day while I was moving them for a couple hours and now I'm not sure what to do, I've never been very good with plants but really want go look after them.
The first one looks like an aloe vera, which is a succulent and doesn't need much water. The next is an orchid. I'm not certain of the type but I included general care tips. The fern is a leatherleaf fern and you can plant it outside in the shade if you wish. Here are articles about their care:
The cover I had on my aloe plant blew off, and the outer leaves were frozen solid the next morning. Now the plant is wilting. Should I leave it alone, or cut the bigger leaves off? Any advice would be great, this poor guy was my pride and joy.
Yes, it doesn't look too happy. Sometimes frozen plants will survive if the damage isn't too great. These articles should help: