- Aug 29, 2014
That's exciting! Looks super happy From my experience, they do better when larger taking off the mother plant, however it is also personal preference to separate them. Some of the larger babies may be a good size. Also good to consider room for growth in the container and if they need more, which that one is starting to get snug. So if it were me, maybe breaking some off or at least repotting in a larger container if you wish to wait or leave pups on.Do you guys think aloe pups should be removed at some point?