The leaves of the aloe vera plant can start to wilt and turn red if it is placed in an area with full sun exposure (at least six hours of direct sunlight). Aloe plants may tolerate full sun conditions but not necessarily for an extended period of time.
Why is my aloe reddish brown?
Brown aloe vera plants may be suffering from too much or too little moisture, but other causes might be excess salt in soil, fungal disease, sun scorch, chemical toxicity, or nutrient deficiency.
What does an overwatered aloe plant look like?
You’ll know your aloe plant is being overwatered when the leaves develop what are called water-soaked spots that look soggy and soft. It’s almost as though the entire leaf becomes saturated with water, then it turns to mush.
What does it mean when your aloe vera turns pink?
Moving into the sun is a good thing and they rarely have that bright green color when grown outdoors. In fact in full sun they usually take on kind of a bronzey-pink cast to them. They will also grow in a much tighter rosette with the leaves more upright rather than splayed out the way they look now.