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For me it is because the half broken stem. You see that the weight of the tomatoes fold the stem, and so the nutrients have more difficult to flow. You should always tie the tomatoes plants to the support: the fruits are so heavy (compared to the plant), that you have such problems. If I'm correct, the purple leaves are just after the bended stem. On the ...


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Its cold. This coloration happens when the plant is exposed to cold and light at the same time. The cold roots cannot take up phosphate properly. If you want to do an experiment, protect just some from the very coldest conditions and report what happens. Purple leaves can also be caused by phytoplasma infection, unlikely in this case. Spread by sucking ...


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Never heard this called Ocean plant before, the usual common name is spider plant, though its botanical name is Chlorophytum comosum. The 'spider babies' are formed after flowering - yours just hasn't produced any yet, but may do so in the next few months as the plant matures a bit. They do best in bright daylight (not direct sun) so ensure your plant is ...


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I have about 50 avocado seedlings growing at the moment and a lot of them look like this, I usually cut off the leaves and they grow back nice new ones. As for keeping them inside in a small jar, two of my avocado's have been indoors for a long time, one of them I took outside and it died the other got its delicate leaves shredded by a strong wind, I think ...


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The Plant is a Jade Plant (Crassula ovata)... with Sphagnum moss growing below it... generally Jade Plants want to be fairly dry, and Sphagnum moss grows in bogs... I think you are probably overwatering it... as for the white stuff on the moss... probably fungal... could also be some sort of arthropod pest though (can't see in the photo.)


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