Aeonium Haworthii dying

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    Belmont

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    Hey, all. I've had this plant for about 6 months, now, it was a birthday gift. Its been doing great, I recently repotted it and it seemed happy enough. However, over the last month or so, it has been slowly dying. The leaves are simply all shrivelling and falling off.
    I dont believe its due to overwatering, I let the top 3 inches of dirt dry between waterings.
     

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    Hi Belmont. If you can move it to a stronger sun position that may help. It looks as if they are growing in a manner that is often seen when they are in to much shade. Just a thought.
     
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    Another possible reason is a too large pot.
     
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    I thought it might be because it's not getting enough sun, the days are getting short here and I don't know how much more light I can get it but I'll try. The sun rises at about 8:30AM and sets at around 4:30PM.

    I also considered the pot might be too large, but I don't know if theres much I can do about that, I have no more pots and nobody is selling pots this time of year. I thought transplanting it with another plant of similar size would help negate the problem, although the depth is still probably too deep.
     
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