Can you replant aloe vera without roots?
Aloe vera pups without roots should be left to harden off for two days, then planted into a growing medium suitable for succulents. Aloe vera leaves cultivate in the same way, but they take up to two weeks for the cut surface to harden off before planting.
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.
Will a broken aloe vera leaf grow back?
If you damage the leaves, they will not grow back, but if you cut off a leaf at the base, the plant will create a new one to replace it. The aloe plant grows from the base, so as long as there is still some of the stem attached to the base, it can regrow.