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Posted 2w ago by @WickedValkyrie

@ShellyJo 3 days later and the soil is finally dried out! Just wondering, will the weird yellowing/variegation (?) go away as the plant recovers? Should I remove the thin/wimpy yellow "leaves"? #christmascactus
4ft to light, indirect
9” pot with drainage
Last watered 11 hours ago
I don't think they'll recover. It think since has had too much water, those leaves will eventually wrinkle up.
@sarahsalith aw that's a bummer! Should I clip them off, or let them fall off on their own? I've never pruned her before... πŸ˜…
@WickedValkyrie you can cut them off with your fingernail or twist them off.

Of you can leaf them alone for a while and see what happens. (:
@sarahsalith thank you! I guess it's only been a few days, so I'll "leaf" them be for now and maybe clip them off if I see they're getting worse... πŸ–€
Definitely remove the yellow leaves, unfortunately they’re too far gone.
@ShellyJo thank you πŸ–€

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