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JulietsGarden
May 24, 2020 11:31 PM CST
One of my neighbors has this plant outside. She is in direct sunlight and the sun in where I live can be super hot and damage plants very quickly.
I took this cutting from that plant. It was at the beginning of the month, so it's been like 3 weeks that I have it at home and just now is giving root. The leaves are thick and over all it looks fine. Some of the leaves have these white spots that I assumed it was because of the sun but a friend asked me if it is fungus and that I should be careful and don't put it next to other plants.
The first 2 photos are the day I received the cuttings. The last one I took it yesterday.

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oneeyeluke
May 25, 2020 2:37 AM CST
It can take about 4 weeks to get roots, Use bottled or RO water for best results. When you get roots and put your plant in a fast well draining soil mix, your plant will grow out of the conditions you see now. Be patient and don't over water when in soil, your almost there.
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JulietsGarden
May 25, 2020 2:50 AM CST
oneeyeluke said:It can take about 4 weeks to get roots, Use bottled or RO water for best results. When you get roots and put your plant in a fast well draining soil mix, your plant will grow out of the conditions you see now. Be patient and don't over water when in soil, your almost there.


Thank you very much!
So I have nothing to worry about?
It doesn't look like fungus?

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