Aloe Vera Stem Too Long
Alright, so I was given an aloe vera plant from a friend who knew I was interested in purchasing one. I have removed the two "pups" from this plant, but as you can see in the picture, there is quite a bit of the stem poking out that can't be buried in the soil. Is there anything I can do about this? Cut it? Leave it? The plant is kind of bending in a weird way and I think its due so much of the stem sticking up out of the soil. I rotate the plant in the sun to see if that helps any. This is my first ever aloe vera plant and I have read several articles online, but nothing that really addresses the issue I have. I don't want to kill the plant obviously.
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