Aloe/ is that a root or a shoot?
My school's greenhouse has an aloe plant that has reached out of it's pot and started two other large plants which I would like to transplant. I know aloe is easy to grow by cuttings, does anyone know if there is any trick to aloe root cuttings, or are the woody stems hanging out of the pot actually shoots, not roots? Should I try and get more than two more plants from these shoots? I am a first year Horticulture student at Haywood Community College. Anyone got an answer, let me know. Thanks!