Is anything wrong with my aloe plant?Comments (6)Oh my, it looks like it is laying down it's life before the light Gods. Echoing Katherine, it needs more light for one, and definitely needs a better draining mix for two. They can live happily in a perlite mix with just a trace of soil. Also, it doesn't need to potted that high around the stem. you aren't watering it enough or correctly. Aloes should be thoroughly drenched and then left to dry out before the next watering. As it is now, I think a thorough drench might be too much for the soil to drain. So, if you repot it in a fast draining mixture with lots of drainage holes in the pot, you can water it properly. that alone will perk it right up. These plants respond to favorable conditions pretty quickly.......See More
What’s wrong with my plant?Comments (0)Hi guys! I’ve had this plant for a few months now, I think it is possibly a Jade, but I am new to succulents so I’m not sure It looks discoloured and spotty, could someone help tell me what’s wrong with it?...See More
What’s wrong with my young tomato and pepper plantsComments (12)Somewhat sadly, fungicides are mostly preventative. They don't kill fungus once it is established. Gurney's First Start™ Seed Starter is sterile. The ProMix stuff is peat-based, and I think it is intentionally not sterilized, but pretty certain not to be fungally infected. So I suspect that's not the problem. The fact that you have some experience doing seed starting makes this especially strange. I assume that you've kept control of the temperatures. 5 week old seedlings need fertilization. What have you used?...See More
What’s wrong with my Monstera deliciosa? Please help!Comments (7)I water her once the top two inches of her soil is dry and I keep her in front of an east-facing window. I run the humidifier pretty often as well, keeping the room at a humidity of 60-70%. I also mist throughout the day. She only has one new, healthy growth and the rest are either stunted or growing very slowly and I can’t tell LOL are they not growing because of those dry edges?! :( One of my Calathea’s was just infected with spider mites. I’ve since then isolated her but maybe it wasn’t soon enough, which means... could those issues be from spider mites?! I’ve inspected her soil pretty closely and I’ve only found a few baby gnats (yikes!) which I’ve since then sprayed a bit of neem oil solution on her soil. Haven’t found any sign of webbing either. Please help!! I just want her to get better. Thank you!!...See More
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