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Peoria, illinois
Karlyyxo
Jun 3, 2020 11:50 AM CST
Hello. I just reported my Hoya obovata splash yesterday. I went from a nursery plastic pot to a terra cotta pot of the same size. The leaves looked great yesterday. Today, the top leaf has a small section that is paper thin and wrinkly compared to the rest of the leaves. Just wondering if theres anything I can do to help it. It's still sitting in the same spot it was doing great in. The only difference from yesterday and today is the pot and I put a little metal thing in there to help support the new growth.
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DaisyI
Jun 3, 2020 12:35 PM CST
That's a bummer! I have noticed, of all my Hoyas, Obovata wilts the most easily. As its the top leaf on your plant, I would assume it didn't quite get enough water after the trauma of transplanting.
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