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Posted 2M ago by @Francesca1022

I have nooooo idea how to trim the leaves what do ever (I’m sorry it’s my first plant) but if someone could help me with that. That would be great πŸ™ thx
#PandaPlant
6” pot
Last watered 2 months ago
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Why are you wanting to trim the leaves?! These plants typically don't need any type of pruning unless there's something wrong with that specific leaf. If you're wanting to propagate it, just gently twist and pick off a leaf as close to the stem as you can so it comes off cleanly. Place the leaf on top of succulent /cacti soil and leave it alone, only water sparingly until you can see tiny roots popping out of the leaf. I hope this helps! Best of luck with Eloria! πŸ’š
You can also cut off a stem with a few leaves on it and try to propagate that way. Just stick the stem in the soil and wait until roots start growing. You could have a bunch of tiny panda plants in a couple months! πŸΌπŸ’šπŸŒ±
@RedRuby oh I forgot to say that I was asking about my Sago palm lol it’s because it’s Turing brown but tysm
This is Luna
Haha well in that caseeeee you just take some scissors or small cutting shears and cut off the brown ones. Unfortunately once they turn brown there's no turning back πŸ™ can you post a picture of it? Once the weather gets a little warmer I like to put mine outside, he really thrived in the summer sunshine! 🌞
Yea this is her
Ohh! Hmm πŸ€” I wouldn't trim them just yet, unless you don't like the look of it. Once you trim those individual leaflets(?), they don't grow back like some other plants will. What kind of sun does it get?
Here is mine.. You can tell where I've trimmed him haha
It gets direct sun. I water it 3 times a day and each Saturday since on Saturdays we get a little more sun i water her 2 times a day
How much water are you giving her? I feel like that might be too much water. Does the first 1-2" of soil dry out that quickly?? I only water mine like once every 7-10 days, he's in bright indirect light though from a south facing window.

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