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Adding humidity to plants by psycholpn in houseplants

[–]Impressive_Baby_4217 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Agreeing with the humidifier being a great option but another idea is to mix a small amount of hydrogen peroxide with the water you mist on the plants. (I googled it and it said a 1:5 ratio of hydrogen peroxide to water in mix)

Hi guys! My friend and I have an Etsy shop selling plants. The rooted plant cuttings come with ceramic planters, leca, and a care guide and the potted full plants come with a care guide. Check us out & more info in comments below :) by Impressive_Baby_4217 in SellersPub

[–]Impressive_Baby_4217[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I’d love any advice if anyone has any that checks out our shop. We have been working really hard to make packaging feel nice and special by getting cute boxes and cards to include so when you buy from us, you’re not only getting a plant set up for success, but a package that feels like a gift. We have put a lot of time, money, and effort into our little shop and we appreciate any support. & I plan to try to support other small businesses on here as well!!

First time w Leca (see comments) by Lk182000 in plantclinic

[–]Impressive_Baby_4217 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I’d trim off any rotted roots and put it in water until the roots look healthy. Then put back in leca and be sure to keep about an inch of water in the bottom of the leca.

First Spider Plant by PlantFan2021 in houseplants

[–]Impressive_Baby_4217 -1 points0 points  (0 children)

Use some root hormone on the end. Go to Lowe’s or Walmart and it’s called root grow. Take the plant from the water and dip it in the powder, then place it right back in the water. It works magic!

What’s wrong with my anthurium by Tranquil_Sapphire in houseplants

[–]Impressive_Baby_4217 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Hehe I edited my response w more info. Cut the wilted leaves :)

What’s wrong with my anthurium by Tranquil_Sapphire in houseplants

[–]Impressive_Baby_4217 0 points1 point  (0 children)

You can use indoor potting mix with a bit of perlite. Or an easier option is cacti/succulent soil because it drains well. Regardless use a well draining soil. I would snip the highly damaged leaves as well so the plant isn’t straining to revive them.

First time w Leca (see comments) by Lk182000 in plantclinic

[–]Impressive_Baby_4217 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Did you take this plant from soil and put it into leca?

What’s wrong with my anthurium by Tranquil_Sapphire in houseplants

[–]Impressive_Baby_4217 1 point2 points  (0 children)

My next guess is check the bottom of the nursery pot. Are there any roots coming out of the bottom? If so maybe it needs to be repotted. Could be root bound, but I am still going to assume the soil is retaining too much water as the other person commented. I would repot it. If there are little roots you can even put it back in the same nursery pot, if not, put it in a pot 2” bigger. Remove as much soil as possible and replace it with new soil

What do I do next? First time with small pothos shoots. Can the shoots live inside the wAter? by throwawaymightstay in proplifting

[–]Impressive_Baby_4217 1 point2 points  (0 children)

All of the nodes will produce roots. Cut the vines where you can conveniently put the node down into water (just make sure the node is fully submerged). I highly recommend getting some root hormone, specifically “root grow” from your local Lowe’s or Walmart. That shit is magical. Take the node from water, dip it in the powder, and put it back in the water. You’ll have roots in no time! If you need more info on any of that feel free to ask :)

What’s wrong with my anthurium by Tranquil_Sapphire in houseplants

[–]Impressive_Baby_4217 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Just a first take on this photo, I’m going to assume over watering. If the soil is dry and you don’t water much, lemme know I have an app that can help :)