Pulmeria - URGENT

Discussion in 'Plant Propagation' started by Chhaya, Sep 24, 2009.

  1. Chhaya

    Chhaya Member

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    Hi! I have received some Pulmeria cuttings about a month ago. The fat one already had roots in it and other long thin one didn't. I didn't do anything special just planted them in self watering pots. It doesn't look like either one of them is doing any good. Any suggestions on how to revive them. Please give me all the steps. Right now the pots are in front of the window where they get direct sunlight. So far I have only watered them three times. I live in Edmonton, AB so can't keep them outside.
     

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    Liz Well-Known Member 10 Years

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  3. Chhaya

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    Thanks Liz! I will check those links. I really hope my plants survive.
     
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    I don't think direct sun is the best for any newly transplanted plant. Indirect light would be better for the first few weeks. Also, check the soil moisture. If it is too wet this might be the problem. I found the self-watering pots I had kept most plants too wet.
     

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