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Old 11-15-2017, 12:40 PM
 
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I recently acquired a Tricolor via USPS. When it arrived it was completely saturated and took about 2 weeks to dry out. In that time several leaves fell off or turned brown and died then fell off. In attempts to make this plant healthy I re-potted it in better draining soil and have been keeping an eye on its moisture, humidity, and pH levels. It seems to have rooted well but I still havenít seen any new growths from where the old leaves fell off. Am I being too hopeful that it starts showing better signs of life during the winter? Any other suggestions? Fairly new to gardening of any form and have now become obsessed with my house plants, hoping to make this little guy healthy
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