Why is my aloe vera plant not dark green?
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 Overwatered aloe vera 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.
How do you keep aloe vera green?
Keep your aloe plant in a spot with bright, indirect light. Aloe can get sunburned if put in too much light suddenly. If your aloe plant does get sunburnt, it will have a white or light brown discoloration against the green leaves. Once burnt, the leaves will stay that color.