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Q.Lipstick Plant Started Initial Bloom After Being Moved Indoors, Given Dark Space Now On Dark/bright

Zone north olmsted, ohio 44070 | Anonymous added on November 16, 2020 | Answered

light regimen. Gave it succulent food, water when 1-1/2 inch top dry. Some tips appeared but seemed to have stalled out. What can I do? Just wait it out?

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Answered on November 18, 2020

These plants don't take well to bright light, but prefer filtered or indirect light. Use a fertilizer with a ratio of 3:1:2. Nitrogen, the first number, should be the highest.



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