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May 7, 2020 9:42 PM CST
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I recently gotten a aloe Vera plant that's like a "baby" because it just started to grow and isn't that big yet. The pot I have it in isn't that big so when should I transplant it and how much and how frequently should I be watering it.
May 7, 2020 10:31 PM CST
Name: Baja
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Provide strong light. If it will be indoors, put it right next to your sunniest window. Don't rush to repot if the plant is still small. If you can share a photo, we can assess the situation. Water well (until water comes out the holes at the bottom) and then wait until the soil is dry at depth (not just at the surface) before watering again. The actual watering interval will vary with the temperature, light, and passage of the seasons, so you will sort of have to figure that out for yourself. Again, with a picture (and some idea about the light exposure) we might be able to give more specific guidance.

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