Looking at my plants today I noticed these little ones popping around my #echeverianodulosa Are they beneficial? #help #fungusid #fungusamongus #colormatching #fungus #thefairieshavearrived #whattodo #lookcoolthough
The process has been slow, but in constant recovery. Thought I would lose these two after having to cut their rotted roots. They lost almost all of their leaves and didn't look promising. But so far so good! New growth looks great! (BTW once I cut them, I dipped them in Cinnamon 😉) #echeverianodulosa #echeveria #echeverianodulosapaintedbeauty #rootrot #recovery #progresspic #collage #newgrowth
They sure are @kaigia More than I could ever imagine!! I've learned to "let go"...lol. Just let them be. At first, I would be moving them in and out of sun, protecting them from rain😥... Always worrying. Now, they are permanently placed outside. They get morning sun there, full bright light all day, keep them there on rainy days... And they thrive!! Gotta love 'em!💚😄
I wasn't at first. Have to confess that when I first out them outside, like 2 days afterwards we were getting a tropical wave by us that brought LOTS of rain for 3 straight days. I quickly picked them up and stored them in a room under my outside staircase. When I went to take them out, my Graptosedum Bronze had lost most of it's color!! In just 3 days!! Nope... Not happening again. Now THEY STAY!! Besides (at least in our weather here) rain water has suited them well @alexischinchillag
After I brought mine back indoors, I discovered the top of the plants had an insect infestation so I had to headchop 3 of them, repot and cross my fingers. It took awhile but they're producing new clumps of leaves now and by spring they'll look good again. I've discovered these are fairly tough plants.