How do I get the roots back on my aloe vera plant?
Keep the soil moist but not wet, and place the pot on a sunny windowsill. The cuttings should receive at least six hours of strong light from a grow lamp or indirect sunlight each day. The cuttings should develop roots somewhere between a month and six weeks after you cut them from the parent plant.
Can you put aloe vera in water to grow roots?
If you try to propagate aloe vera from a cutting placed in water, it will rot before it grows roots. The chances of the cutting rooting in potting soil are much better but require patience.
Why is my aloe vera not growing roots?
Too much shade can slow down its growth to the point it appears to be not growing. Too Much Moisture around the roots. Aloe Vera require the soil to dry out between bouts of watering. Too much moisture, caused by over watering or slow draining soils causes stress which can stop aloe from growing.