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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Hi Guys 🙂 in this video I show you how you can easily remove the dead leaves from you Aloe plants, and I include a few different types of Aloe as examples 🙂 ★ Check out my website http://www.desertplantsofavalon.com/ ★ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DesertPlantsOfAvalon ★ Twitter https://twitter.com/plantsofavalon Thank you for watching, please give me a Like and I would love you to SUBSCRIBE for regular updates and take a look at my other Cacti and Succulent and nature videos to see my weird and wacky cacti and other succulent plants up close and personal. HAPPY GROWING GUY’S 🙂 Royalty Free Music Music By Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Video Rating: / 5

16 Comments

  • Erickz Pizza 3 months ago

    I was wondering why my aloe vera was dying and turning brown and mushy. I know it's because over watering, but I only washed the leaves and it might of fell in the soil. Please help

  • Nancy Mumpton 3 months ago

    Just want to mention that, if your Aloe marlothii is growing outside in a frost-free climate as they do here in Phoenix, Arizona, you want to keep the lower dead leaves on it as they shade the growing stem of this tree aloe. It is interesting because some of the tree aloes like A. 'Hercules' (a hybrid) does not mind having the dead leaves removed here. It can take the hot, hot sun!

  • Gail Gay 3 months ago

    Beautiful garden

  • The Grumpy Gardener 3 months ago

    Looking good Lyn, you always care for your plants well!

  • Cultivă cu Mihai 3 months ago

    Interesting. What is the scientific name of your plants presented? Aloe vera, Aloe juvenna and … ?

  • 1st508th Airborne 3 months ago

    Another great video Lyn! Thanks for the tips! 🙂

  • Brian Wingbermuehle 3 months ago

    The aloe at the end with the woody base is Aloe Marlothii(formerly A Spectabilis) is a class of aloes known as tree aloes. Marlothii can reach 20 feet and rarely branches but others like A Dichotoma or Thraskii will branch and reach 40 feet! Be cautious cutting around the base as like with palms or trees damage on it will stay its whole life

  • stef hendriks 3 months ago

    aah haaa I SEE !!!!!
    Stay there as long as is possible.
    xxxxxS

  • stef hendriks 3 months ago

    whouwhhhhhhh! !!
    this is the fastest reply ever!!!!
    still watching the video ha ha ha

  • stef hendriks 3 months ago

    your aloes are looking great Lynn! !!!!!!
    xxxs

  • gunterx music/games 3 months ago

    Do you have any Mammillaria prolifera? Mine are tiny and still in the germination bag.

  • gunterx music/games 3 months ago

    I love my plants as if you are babies

  • cactuS Mann 3 months ago

    Do you know what species is n#1 and n#4? I own about 40 aloe /haworthia/gasteria, and its ridiculously hard to determine what species they are.

  • Olga's dreamland 3 months ago

    I love how you love your plants!!! <3

  • Plants Bank 3 months ago

    nice vedio

  • MsGloaming 3 months ago

    This video came at a perfect time for me, I have my first aloe vera and wondered wether it was normal for the lower leaves to dry back so fiercely 😀 Thank you 🙂

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