What to do with decapitated aloe mother?
About a month and a half ago my big ol' aloe plant was getting too top heavy to support itself, so following advice I found here, I cut the healthy top portion off and planted it in perlite to root. the cut portion was looking a little sad for awhile but the middle leaves seemed okay, so I checked today and sure enough, the bottom has begun to sprout a bunch of little yellow root nubs. I repotted it in a new mix still with a high amount of perlite and misted it, so I'm hoping that it still continues to grow.
The mother now remains in its big pot and hasn't done anything (not sure if its supposed to.) It has three droopy leaves and a decapitated stem, and frankly is just taking up a lot of room. It hasn't really put forth anymore pups...I hate to just toss it, but I thought I would check to see if there was any reason to keep it around or anything I can do with it?