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Posted 1M ago by @abbysaunders

transplant shock?

i repotted this plant around a week and half ago and she’s looking sad. she’s taking longer to dry out and had a bunch of yellow leaves i pulled. she is pushing new growth a little it’s very slow but it’s there. do you think it’s just transplant shock? i don’t want her to die she was my very first plant and means a lot to me! #MarbleQueenPothos
8” pot with drainage
Last watered 1 month ago
It’s a very good pothos-bility! (See what I did there 😜) I’d give her some more time, let her dry out some and give it some time to recover. ❀️
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@tnfranco diggin the plant puns!
When you repotted did you just go up a couple of inches in pot size and did you happen to check the roots for any rot (mushy or stinky)? If you continue to lose leaves you can always just clean the roots and put it in water. I had to do that with mine because the pot was too small and the soil got hydrophobic, it’s thriving. Just keep an eye on it, if it’s putting out new growth that’s a good sign. πŸ’š
@Momof83ans hey! i just used the same size pot, just wanted something hanging. the roots looked great no issue! i’m wondering if i might of been a little too rough with them getting the old dirt off :(
@abbysaunders sorry, rough with the leaves or the roots?
@Macstracks I laughed harder then I should have while typing that.
@tnfranco 🀣🀣🀣 I laughed so hard not gonna lie I snorted πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
@Momof83ans roots