HI PAR thats a very nice looking plant
you have there.heres what you need to know on how to repot it.
repotting aloe vera plants
repotting of aloe vera plants
can stand to be root bound so repotting is not necessary until the mother plant
gets real top heavy. when the plant
gets root bound it will send out more new shoots of baby plants
. If these are not taken out for replanting when they are 4 to 5 inches high they will suck the life from the mother plant
which will become a bright light green in color and spread its leaves horizontally rather than
vertically. The plants
will grow in any kind of soil but a well drained type soil is recomended. The baby plants
should be repotted when large enough and watered well and not watered again for about 3 or 4 weeks.
makeing the new roots from the new plants
search for water. The transplanted babys might turn
brown or a gray color for a while which is normal.hope this helps.your friend in gardeing mike57.