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Apr 21, 2018 9:06 PM CST
Auburn CA 95603
Hello! I've had my aeonium for about six months, which I grew from a cutting. I moved about 3 weeks ago, to the countryside with lots of new bugs. I've noticed a difference in shape and color of some of my echeverias, but the aeonium has been thriving as usual, growing tall and wild and producing a bunch of offsets. Today, however, it started dropping big healthy leaves. I've been finding a lot of little spiders on it, but also noticed the lower leaves are yellow. The yellow makes me believe I've overwatered? I've pulled the plant from its pot in hopes to help the soil dry out quickly. Is this overwatering? What else can I do to help stop the damage? It's going to make it, right? Thank you for any advice! (Sorry, my phone doesn't seem to be uploading the photos..)
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Apr 21, 2018 9:19 PM CST
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