Swiss Cheese Plants
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Philodendron Swiss Cheese

Anonymous added on June 10, 2011 | Answered

I repotted the plant, and now leaves are yellowing and browning and no new shoots have developed since. Is that normal and will it end or is there something I'm supposed to do?

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Nikki
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Answered on June 11, 2011

While it is normal for plants to adjust after repotting, it sounds like your may be in shock or suffering from improper watering. Have you allowed the plant to dry out sufficiently between waterings? Perhaps it isn't receiving enough water? Put a bowl of water under the plant and wait a couple hours. Is there still water in the bowl? If not, then the plant is in need of more water. If there is still water in the bowl, pour it out as the plant is getting plenty of water and needs to dry out.

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