Posted 1w ago by
is this normal? they are like deformed and i wonder if there’s a reason why it happens
3ft to light, indirect
8” pot without drainage
Last watered 5 days ago
I think it’s fine! Just keep an eye out. Happy planting!
Sometimes plants have little weird genetic quirks that make some things grow in a bit different. The foliage looks super healthy! My aloe has a little kink that grows in the same spot on just one side, and it passed in this quirk to all of its pups! 😂
I have a couple leaves that mutated like that. Nothing wrong with the plant and the rest of the vine will likely grow out normal (:
The plant looks healthy. I wouldn’t worry about it
Also wondering what sorcery you're using to keep that alive in a glazed ceramic pot that has no drainage... 🧐🤔🧐
I’m sure your plant is fine. The deformed leaf gives character to the plant, makes it interesting.
i honestly have no idea😅 i’m planning on moving her to a plastic pot with drainage, i water whenever greg tell me to
Well in any case, she looks healthy and happy! Keep up the good work. (:
my satin pothos has weird looking leaves as well. They look deformed but it’s completely normal.
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