jadis at sprint.ca
Wed Apr 5 14:43:08 EST 2000
I would put it in soil. It probably needs nutrients.
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Ming-Hwi Sun <msun at steel.ucs.indiana.edu> wrote in message
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I have a philodendron vine growing in water. It has a well-developed root
system and eight or so leaves. The older leaves, however, have been
getting yellowish in color; one is so pale, it is kind of a sickly
yellowish-white. I have also noticed some brown splatterings beginning to
form on some of the newer, healthy-green leaves. Is my philodendron sick,
or does it just need to be transferred to soil?
Thanks for any help!
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