Baby Aloe not happy back in its original pot
I had an Aloe that broke off from the "mother plant" (See second photo below).... Which also strangely is turning more brown than the really bright green it was before---looking to see if I took a photo ever that included this when it was healthier----in case something is making both aloe plants turn brown....
and I potted for years in sandy soil, in the small clay pot in first photo below, and it just outgrew the pot.
I cut it off at three feet---didn't have the heart to cut it off earlier--- and put just the top end in water as I was instructed elsewhere--- for about 3 months and it got lots of tiny rootlets.
I transplanted it back in its original pot after cleaning the pot and soil replaced with new cactus soil from a bag mix that looks like the original mix. Everything went along fine (I hope I can find now or later how bright green every branch looked)... I put it out of sun for a day or two , then right back where the water pot/ and its original location was for so many years that grew 3 feet long trunk.
Now you see in the first photo what happend. Slowly the top shoots turned brownish then the bottom ones so almost no green left at all...
What did I do wrong an how to stop/fix it?
Thanks to everyone who reads this and helps me and my baby aloe out!