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Posted 2w ago by @sarledi

Saving succulent from root rot?
My gasteraloe had some discoloration around her base; I took her out of her pot, cleaned off her roots as best I could, and cut off places (a couple roots and smaller outer leaves) that looked a little funky. I'm not sure if the color at the end of the base of the plant is normal, though, and I'm still a little worried since the bottoms of some of the other leaves still feel a bit soft. Is the best course of action to let it finish drying out, repot it later, and just see how it does from here?
#Gasteraloe #SucculentSquad
1ft to light, direct
2” pot with drainage
Last watered 1 day ago
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The base of your plant looks normal, and the roots also look okay!

If it were me, I would let it dry out a little more, then repot!…but I’m also impatient so I would repot…

If the roots themselves are not wet and are dry to the touch, you’re okay to repot πŸ€—πŸͺ΄
@kscape Thank you! πŸ™Œ 🌿 I thought I had gotten everything, but was hoping for a second opinion since I don't have the best track record with succulents πŸ˜…
@sarledi Absolutely! You will get nothing but the best advice here at #Greg πŸ€— (not just from me πŸ€­πŸ˜‰)
@sarledi @kscape is πŸ’― correct.

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