Q.Rooting A Plant
I had taken some clippings from an arrowhead plant. It did wonderful for about 2 1/2 months in water. I planted it last Monday, and now the leaves look limp as if they are dying. I also moved its location. While rooting it, I had it in my office. I brought it to my home to plant it. Is it too late, or what can I do to save it?
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Sometimes if cuttings are left too long in water, they grow use to growing in that much water and when moved to soil, they can't survive. You can try overwatering the soil or moving them back to water permanently.