Aloe Vera Plant Dying

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HongKongphooey | 12:02 Sun 26th Jun 2022 | Animals & Nature
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Last week I put my Aloe Vera plant (Vera) outside on the patio while I was decorating the lounge. Normally Vera sits on a side table next to the sofa. Last week was hot here about 22 to 25c most days. However after 4 or 5 days her leaves have all gone brown. She is back inside, she was definitely dying outside even though it was blazing sunshine! I've taken some dead leaves off but she's still looking very sad. I don't want to loose Vera, I've nurtured her from a sprig! Any advice appreciated please


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Thanks Pasta freak, i definitely haven't overrated Vera, so I guess its too much sun! Hopefully now she's back indoors by the sofa, she will recover. Still don't get it as Aloe Vera plants grow outside alot in hot countries!
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Sorry should say over watered not overated...damn predictive text!

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