Re: Lighting error!!

Christopher Waldrop (
Mon, 15 May 1995 07:49:17 -0600 (CST)

> production. One of two adelae appears dead, but it was not
>in good shape

The adelae might not be dead--they seem to be much tougher plants
than their Queensland cousins, but if you have any concern, use the
roots for cuttings which should be producing new leaves within a
relatively short time, or simply decapitate the entire plant. I got
two unhealthy adelae plants a while back, and, after moving them into
better conditions, I decapitated them, and they're now producing
healthy leaves almost as quickly as a smaller one I got back in the
Christopher Waldrop
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