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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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Upon reading about sandalwood, I came across these facts: 1- it needs lots of sunlight 2- it is a hemi-parasite which means it can photosynthesize. However, it taps the roots of neighboring trees for added nutrients. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/santalum The latter may be the culprit of your failure (disclaimer: i never grew that tree. ...


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I don't see a problem. Plants have get spots easily, especially seedlings. The one leaf looks like possible physical damage on the very end, maybe laying against something. Some of the spots might be from water on the leaves. Other than that plants get spots. Plants are just like us. We are all not perfect, some of us have freckles others have moles. ...


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Over-fertilising is probably not the problem, unless you are giving it full strength fertiliser every time you are watering. Especially not a problem if you are flushing the pot every time you water. There is small chance you are under-watering that you do not run water through it long enough, but this is slim. I believe you are over-watering. I ...


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