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Posted 1w ago by @MrsLambert89

Because Texas is raging in her hormones right now I almost lost my first plant as a new improved plant Mama. (If you know me you would know a year ago I killed an aloe Vera plant- I know I know) Since August I’ve been able to keep my babies thriving and growing and recently started propagating. Because Texas is mad and is making it so cold my Dieffenbachia looked droopy and I literally almost cried. After googling in a panic it was obviously because she got to cold. Brought her in and turned heat up and tonight she is back to thriving. Haha, this seems petty but this is a huge thing for me. To good not to share, especially if someone else has droopy plants, maybe they are just cold! 😂🥶😶‍🌫️🤪
2ft to light, direct
6” pot with drainage
Last watered 5 days ago

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