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This plant is growing towards the light. It needs a quarter turn once a week. You can also add more soil to give it more support. Another good thing to do would be to move it right up against the window as there is more light the closer it is. Finally, I can't see any drainage for the pot. Even a spath which likes to be kept moist can rot if the roots are ...


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I suspect two main issues (and one thing that probably doesn’t show up as fast as in your case): First, sunburn. Yes, coconut palms need a lot of light and full sun, but every plant that has spent a certain time indoors will need a few days of hardening off before they can withstand the sun. Think of it as the equivalent of flying to the tropics after a long ...


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The original comment, which seems to have been deleted, explained that the plant is also known as a Jade plant. The link talked about why Jade plants might have aerial roots, as they are known. What I took from the article was that the plant is probably either unhappy or has experienced trauma. In my case, the plant had been unhappy previously because its ...


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I'm pretty sure that's a moss rose (Portulaca grandiflora). It's grown as an outdoor annual in the US and has single, semi-double, and double flowered forms. Single-flowered forms are not as popular as the other forms. They reseed readily and can become kind of a pest if you don't use mulch in your garden. The flower habit you mention of opening for only a ...


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It is an Ardisia elliptica. A highly invasive shrub/tree to the southern United States, but is kept also as an ornamental houseplant. I have the same houseplant and assumed it was a species of Ficus for many years until the plant bloomed. If your plant has produced small, white-pink flowers that are bundled together facing downwards, it is almost definitely ...


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