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Old 07-26-2018, 11:14 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Default Re: Help identifying pink mystery Plant

Maybe a deficiency of N or K after transplanting.

I transplanted one of my namwas to my Mother's house last fall and it died back over the winter. It grew back in the Spring with little attention: short with a lot of leaves but not much growth and a lot of red on the pstem and midribs. Maybe that is common for water suckers and I had not seen one before but I suspected it was a fertilizer deficiency. It corrected over the next month after application of fertilizer i.e. significantly less red and more vertical growth.

Small plants require small amounts of fertilizer.
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