Daria
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Can I use lava rock as a substitute for sponge rock for my Hawaii's Anthurium?
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It’s completely OK. Anthurium is a hardy plant and doesn’t really care about the soil’s subtle volcanic undertones 😄

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What is this plague-like thing in my lucky bamboo? Is it damaging?
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These are definitely it’s own aerial roots. You can cut this stem and replant it, so you’ll have more fluffy plant bouquet.

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Mineral-oil spray on my cacti
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There are special soaps to deal with plant diseases, so may try to use them for washing. (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Insecticidal_soap) Also, mineral oil is used to kill plant-eating mites (and ...

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Is my aloe Vera dying
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So if the leaves started to thin, it could be due to: It’s too dry. If the plant was left for long time without water, then just water it more often :) It’s too wet and the roots were damaged. If the ...

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What is Brassisca Pink?
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If it is supposed to have pink flowers, as the name suggests, then it could be this plant: https://worldofsucculents.com/carpobrotus-acinaciformis-hottentot-fig-sour-fig-giant-pigface-ice-plant/ Or ...

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Strange looking rubber plant leaf
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Looks like the leaf was damaged while it has been growing (curled in a “package” bud). Next time just check any damage from wind/pets/kids/bugs while the leaf is young :)

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vacation care for indoor plants
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The answer depends on how exactly your pots work. Some self-watering pots make the soil always wet, which won’t work for some herbs (like onion). Check your plant water requirements. Rosemary is a ...

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5 year old Lucky Bamboo is dying
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Lucky bamboos are very hardy plants, so it has perfect chances to recover. If the roots were damaged when you were on vacation, than it is possible that the plant can not produce enough nutrients for ...

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Will pimento plant grow in direct sun in outdoor?
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Peppers generally like full sun. So if your one have spent most of time indoors previously, just move it gradually into half-shade first, then full sun. Also it may have higher water need, than ...

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Scale like skin on indoor dragonfruit plant. Help!
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It looks like an epiphyllum (or orchid cactus). I guess it is OK for this plant to develop hard skin on older stems. If the young stems are green and happy, it should be good. You can prune it to ...

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Is this a Muehlenbeckia?
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It looks like a callisia (https://worldofsucculents.com/callisia-repens-turtle-vine/) that was not in direct light. It can change from almost succulent to very thin leaves. The leaves should be ...

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Can this fittonia argyroneura be saved?
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It looks like it was exposed to very dry air (maybe placed near heating device?) or cold air. If the stems are not limp, it is completely safe to propagate it again from top cuttings to get a fresh ...

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Help - kentia palm dying
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If there are no visible bugs, it could be a combination of light deficiency/stress/watering issues. (It happens a lot to indoor plants in winter) Ensure, that soil gets dry between watering. Just ...

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Leafs turning yellow and fall off rubber fig
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It can happen in winter when there’s not enough sun indoors. When there’ll be more sun, just prune the tree and new leaves will grow. You can also think of getting it more light next winter (closer ...

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