Hi all! I have two dischidia (a dischidia imbricata and a dischidia pectinoides) that I'm a bit worried about. I couldn't find much for acute problems on the net, and so I just wanted to see if anybody here had any opinions!
My dischidia pectinoides has a few strands that are limp and the leaves are a bit wrinkly; the new growth was yellow and fell off easily. The rest of the vines are in good shape and turgid! I don't believe it's overwatering, as I have only watered it once in the past few weeks since receiving it (watered thoroughly), and I've been misting it regularly/multiple times a day. I know they're epiphytes so they like moisture from the air, but I went ahead and watered since I saw a lot of varying info for watering (some say moist soil, others say it should be dry, etc.). I'm worried the wrinkling is from my bad watering haha.
I'm having a similar issue with my imbricata. When I received it, the soil was already pretty moist, so I was a bit thrown off in terms of what conditions it likes. I haven't watered it since then because the soil is still a bit damp, and I don't want to overdo it. I also mist it regularly.
I've included pics of the two plants (pectinoides first, then the imbricata) and sort of the "problem" vines. I don't know if the yellowing is obvious, but hopefully it helps! Any advice for watering would be much appreciated!!!
(Below is just the full plant).
Full plant below! This one looks relatively fine to be honest, I just wanna double check the watering haha!