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Does Farina on Succulents Grow Back?

I’ve already explained to you what Farina is. However, if you’re still unsure what and why it’s crucial for succulents, I recommend reading those articles first. Farina does not regenerate. It is important to note that once removed, Farina does not restore. Since your succulent plant lacks its natural defenses, you risk leaving it vulnerable …

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Water Therapy for Dehydrated Succulents (5 Steps)

Succulent water therapy is a practice that is both well-known and controversial at the same time. Here, you’ll learn about water therapy for succulents and how to use it. What it is and how it’s used. In these cases, water therapy for succulents can be used and, of course, how to do it successfully. What …

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White Spots on Monstera (6 Ways to Get Rid of It)

A healthy monstera should have lush green, blemish-free foliage. However, if you notice any white spots on your monstera, this is a sign that it is in danger. White spots on monstera are most likely mealybugs or powdery mildew. To get rid of it: Rub the leaves to remove some of the white stuff. Apply …

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Why Are My Monstera Leaves Wrinkled? (Solved!)

Monstera deliciosa takes the cake when it comes to stunning houseplants. The large, dark green, waxy leaves with Swiss cheese-like perforations immediately evoke images of a tropical paradise. Because of this, it can be a little unnerving to see your monstera’s leaves wrinkling. What may be the problem here? Monstera leaves typically become wrinkled as …

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Sunburnt Aloe Vera Plant (4 Ways to Revive It)

On sunburned skin, Aloe Vera gel is the best thing you can use to soothe the pain. Sunburn can be a problem for this plant if it isn’t properly protected. The color and texture of your Aloe’s leaves can tell you if it’s getting too much light. Too much sun can cause leaf curling, wilting, …

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8 Signs of Sunburned Fiddle Leaf Fig (And Solutions)

Fiddle Leaf Figs prefer bright but filtered light, with no more than a few hours of direct sunlight in the morning. More than that may cause figs to burn. Move sunburned Fiddle Leaf Figs to a less sunny location, water thoroughly, and remove damaged foliage. Your Fiddle Leaf Fig’s richly textured leaves beg for the …

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What Causes Etiolation in Cactus (And How to Fix It)

Cacti, in general, need a lot of very bright light to thrive. To grow plants indoors, it’s extremely difficult to provide them with light that is bright. Even the brightest windows in the house aren’t bright enough to keep the cactus from etiolation, even if the windows face south.  On the inside side of a …

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Orchid Leaves Wilting (Here’s What to Do)

A well-developed and healthy orchid will have dense, smooth, and shiny leaves. However, the leaves or buds of Phalaenopsis can wilt dramatically, threatening the plant’s survival.  In some cases, the tiniest misstep in cultivation can lead to major problems. If you don’t address the underlying cause of your orchid leaf wilting, it can become a …

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White Powder on Clay Or Terracotta Pots (Here’s What to Do)

I get a lot of questions about a white powder that sometimes appears on terracotta or clay pots.  Given the frequency with which this question has been raised, I’ve decided to write this article in an attempt to explain what this is all about, whether or not it affects the plant, and, if necessary, how …

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How to Combat Plumeria Sunburn

The fragrant Plumeria is hard to beat for a taste of the tropics. They’re also known as frangipani, and they’re reminiscent of the Pacific Islands and a warm summer breeze. However, these tropical fantasies can get sunburned just like any other sun-seeking surfer or beach bunny. Plumeria requires time to adjust to changing environmental conditions. …

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