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Thread: I have a ques. about adelae also

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    Well, my adelaes were growing very well, until I repotted them. They were very overcrowded. This is my second adelae that I bought (First was dead, because of water) and most of my CPs get either get sick or die after I repot them. So my adelae's leaves are getting dried and turn light brown even new forming leaves don't even producing dews, although in a high humidity. What is the problem [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/confused.gif[/img]?
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    what are your growing conditions? The amount of light , water and heat can all make a big difference in how your plants cope.

    adelae is not a lover of too much sun, they like shaded conditions.

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    I give it a purified water and temp. is around 60-70F's. I grow them in a partly shaded conditon.
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    Mine always seem to die back or even die after I repot them. Usually, they will resprout from the roots.
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    Could be the "playing 'possum" thing. Don't toss the plant. New plants for from the roots - eventually.

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    Well, the first one, died and couple plants came up, but they were not D. adelae,,, they looked like D. schizandra,, well, gotta have to wait, no choice.
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    The sprouts that come up from the roots often look round and not adult like. Be patient they will change as they grow.
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    when they first come up all baby adelaes look like schizandras. It is very unlikely you are lucky enough to have picked up a pot of adelae with stray schizandra in. I think you can be pretty sure your babies are adelaes.

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