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Posted 7M ago by @Mrgncrch

Planty update 3/3 #plantmommo This post is some extra plants I wanted to show off 🀩 1st I traded cuttings and got a rotted wandering jew πŸ’› 2nd my crotons new growth is out of control it just keeps popping out new leaves like CRAZY these last 2 are huge!! 3rd my Monstera Shego her new leave is starting to unfurl and I’m just so excited!! Anyone else have leaves that grow in between the fenestrations of the others? It’s happened 4 times now🀣 4th my avocado pitts are FINALLY sprouting out the top! This is just one I have 3 sprouting!! πŸ˜† Anyways that’s my updates for this morning 🀭 Share yours on this post I wanna see everything!! #NKYGregGroup #HappyPlants #PlantsMakePeopleHappy #PlantAddict #NewGrowth #PropagationStation #PlantTherapy #Monstera #MonsteraMob #petracroton #Croton #Avocado #CitrusGrandPrix #WanderingJew #update
That Monstera Shego leaf πŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ€©! Everything looks good though. #GreenThumbFlex
I have a rotting wandering Jew as well. How do I propagate it? I would really love to save it.
@LatiTish84 Thank youπŸ₯ΉπŸ’š
@Novaklutz Hey! So I got this cutting from someone else who started it for for me but running into some rot with another plant I hope I can help. The first thing that needs to be done is taken out of soil. I get as much of the soil off the roots and plant as I can and then run it under some water it usually does the trick, the next thing I do is clean it with hydrogen peroxide. This will kill the bad bacteria and throughly clean the plant. The next thing I do is cut back all bad leaves and stems. After that I take the old pot and clean it really well with some dawn power wash before using again. Now the next part is up to you but I chop and prop the majority. I cut a few places around a node and stick in water so eventually I can plant them all in the same pot and have a fuller plant. I do plant the bottoms that have roots and just chop majority of the rest I have a post about my pothos I’ll link and you can see a visual. But I use all new soil don’t use the old soil. And drainage is very important and I personally don’t use very moisture retaining soils I don’t have good luck with them. But good luck I hope your jew makes a good recovery βœ¨πŸ’š https://greg.app/post/r1ibp/my-first-root-rot-run-in-my-baby-maybel-was-yellowing-and-did-not-look-good-so-we-did-some-emergency
@Mrgncrch I thought it was doing so good. The rot blended in πŸ˜”
@Novaklutz Chop and save the top!!!
If this works I will be the happiest person ever!! Thank you!!

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