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Questions About Panda Plants

Asked by
snovotny68 on
June 1, 2015

Q. Panda plant

This is the 2nd plant. Both were repotted at a nursery. Using the correct planting soil we water when it’s dry and don’t over water. This plant was full and healthy looking, then all of a sudden it goes straggly and many branches appears to die. Some remaining branches look bad towards the bottom, but new growth on the ends. We do the correct light and have treated it for bugs with Neem oil from the nursery.

Answered by
shelley on
June 2, 2015
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I need a little more information. Is the pot it is in well-draining? Is it indoors/outdoors? What bugs did you treat your plant for? What kind of lighting is it receiving?

In the meantime, I recommend reviewing the information in the following article to ensure the panda plant's needs are being met:

https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/kalanchoe/indoor-panda-plant-care.htm

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Asked by
Anonymous on
June 12, 2015

Q. How do I revive a panda succulent?

My husband left my plants outside on our patio, and I live in Texas where it’s real hot in the summer, and now my succulent is dried up from standing in the very hot sun. How can I help my plant get back? One of the flowers already broke off the stem.

Answered by
Downtoearthdigs on
June 12, 2015
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Your plant can be moved outdoors in the spring and summer but that hottest sun of the day is probably to much for it!
I would trim away the damaged portion of the plant.
Just give the stressed plant some recovery time in a shaded location.
Here is a link with more information.

https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/kalanchoe/indoor-panda-plant-care.htm

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Asked by
Suzanneh on
January 6, 2016

Q. Panda plant disease

White patches on leaves as if paint were splashed on it. Destroys the “fuzz” underneath it. Patches start out small and get bigger approx. 1/4 inch in diameter (irregular). Help!

Answered by
Downtoearthdigs on
January 8, 2016
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This could be a leaf spot fungus. Keep a good air flow around the plant and avoid water splashing on the leaves.
An application of a fungicide can help.

https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/kalanchoe/indoor-panda-plant-care.htm

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