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Posted 1w ago by @snazzyplants

is this fixable? it got pushed up againt a counter and snapped :(
Personally, I don’t think the leaf will be able to fix/grow itself back. I would take sharp, sterilized scissors and cut right before the node, and hope that it produces new growth.

I would much rather prefer my plant spend its energy creating new growth, rather than focusing on a leaf that you cannot guarantee will fix itself πŸ€—πŸͺ΄

Good Luck! πŸ’•
@kscape is right, it can't mend itself, but it's a young plant and as you prune it, it will force the growing energy elsewhere. (:
@snazzyplants unfortunately no. I agree with at @kscape and @sarahsalith I would prune it with sterilized scissors. I actually just pruned off several leaves off of my Monsteras. They were the lower smaller leaves the other day. I’m hoping from what I babe read that will push out more fenestrations. I’ll show you a pic of my two. They both are under a grow light.

BTW good morning @sarahsalith and @kscape :)
@KikiGoldblatt beautiful monsteras you have, Kiki! πŸ€—πŸ’•

Good morning to you too 😌 can’t wait to see what you have for #MonsteraMonday and #memes ! πŸ€—
@kscape thank you so much.

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