Not so much a question, just some advice to people with indoor plants. Please go on-line to check on what to do with a plant. I had a big beautiful spider plant and decided to re-pot. Well since it has been repotted, it looks terrible. The leaves are real easy to remove. Next time I will consult the experts before I re-pot. Thank you. Joan (:
Repotting Indoor Plants
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This is caused by the stress of repotting and is usually normal. In most cases, the plant will bounce back after it adjusts or acclimates to its new surroundings.
Thank you all for the feed back.Keeping my fingers crossed :):)
Joan, surely do hope it bounces back. It's rough to have a nice plant go south on you. Hopefully it's just transplanting shock. Best wishes.
Annsgreenehaus--I usually use Miracle-Gro potting mix.But the price was right and I bought Miracle-gro organic potting mix,which I used on two other plants and they are just fine.
I keep talking to it hoping it will come back to full bloom.
Also, out of curiosity, did you use a quality potting soil? I've found that using the same potting soil your local greenhouse/garden center grows it's plants with is a great investment.
Just out of curiosity, what do you think yu might have done wrong?