Posted 2w ago by @Nightshade

Shinobu has green spots on her leaves
Hey guys, quick question.

Shinobu’s leaves are developing some green spots and it looks like a loss of pigmentation, what’s wrong with her and what can I do to help her? #HappyPlants #PlantsMakePeopleHappy #NewPlantMom
5ft to light, indirect
4” pot with drainage
Last watered 59 minutes ago
Best Answer
Pretty normal for these plants to produce a variety of pigments, depending on amounts of chlorophyll (green), carotenoids, which usually appear yellow to orange, and anthocyanins, which are red to purple!

I’ve had a green oxalis with purple patches, so I think it’s completely normal :)
@kscape Thank you so much!
@Nightshade of course! They come in TONS of variegated varieties, so it is all a surprise when some of these plants start maturing and going through different phases 🤗🪴
@Nightshade also, because I saw ur profile bio, WHATS UR FAV ANIME? I’m currently watching all of My Hero but I think my fav might be Overlord 😩
@kscape I’m a Demon Slayer fan! 😊
@Nightshade i cried when watching mugen train at the theatres and I’ve finished the current arch! Waiting for the new one, anxiously wanting more 🥲
@kscape SAME!
I didn’t watch in the theater though
@Nightshade, @kscape is 💯 correct. She is very knowledgeable as well as @sarahsalith @Gordo and the #gregteam #GregGang
@KikiGoldblatt Thank you!

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