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criek
Mar 14, 2018 10:39 PM CST
Hi there, first post for me

Can any one help out with solutions for my dying/nearly dead/ gone plants?

I think i have two Haworthia varieties and a Crassula that don't look the best.

I figured the Haworthia received too much sun, not too sure about the other.

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Help please. I would really like to save them!
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Mar 15, 2018 6:02 AM CST
These types of Haworthia are very durable. If you think sun is the issue, they will overcome it. It would simply be a case of sunburn. Move them from direct sun to a bright but filtered sun.

I am not certain what the other plant(s) are and not sure if there is much help for them. Blinking

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