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Posted 1w ago by @AjaQueenie

Is my plant going to make it?
I repotted my succulent yesterday, after giving her a spray treatment (alcohol, dawn detergent, and water) hours prior to get rid of the mealybugs that were all over her and her other offspring. When I repotted her, a pulled the offspring off and cut the node that it had grown from, as well as pulling the brown leaves from the bottom. After she was repotted, I watered her and put her back in my window. This pic is after she sat in my window for one day, is my plant dying?
2ft to light, indirect
5” pot with drainage
Last watered 2 days ago
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I think as long as you leave the plant recover from all the movement and whatnot, it should settle. If the leaves start to brown more, do not worry, it may happen, but your plant will not die (I don’t think).

Make sure to not water until the leaves are either slightly mushy or wrinkly. If Greg notifies you to water, and you do not think it is ready yet, snooze the watering and them come back to it when you do :)

Good luck and happy growing! πŸͺ΄πŸ€—πŸ’•
I’m not 100% sure but possibly the solution you used has damaged the leaves. I don’t think that this will have effects on the plant long term.

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