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Profile Image Samantha Garcia

pretty_paws_29

My family, one wonderful husband, two lovely boys and myself, resides in South Georgia, zone 9b on 7.5 acres. I am addicted to gardening and plants!

Philodendron bipinnatifidum syn. Philodendron selloum

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pretty_paws_29

This guy has been through a lot. After digging him out of an overgrown garden, he got infested with some kind of spiders, so I had to take him out of his pot, wash him down completely, and he split into two peices during that ordeal. Ever since then he's been a bit funky, kinda droopy. I'm praying he makes it - I've had him over 10 years. The leaves look better since the washing, they were a splotchy yellow now they're completely dark green, hoping that's a good sign.

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Acetaker

AWW SAMANTHA!! BUT, WE KNOW THE REALLY HUMOROUS STORY ABOUT YOUR FINDINGS... BWAHAHA!!😂 😂😂

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pretty_paws_29

@Acetaker and I'm laughing all over again just thinking of my description of said events hahaha!

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Acetaker

😂😂I am too Girl..bwahaha!!!

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  • Season Icon Mid AutumnMid Autumn 2017
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  • Season Icon Mid AutumnMid Autumn 2017
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  • Season Icon Mid AutumnMid Autumn 2017
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pretty_paws_29

That pot is impossible to move after watering this guy. He and a few of my other plants - the palm, money tree, snake plant, heliconia and ferns all love their weekly shower, and other plants get to share the room to get to the humidity (my Alocasia varieties, rex begonia and nerve plant especially love it). I ended up just letting him sit in the bathroom overnight in the tub and I still had to pull him through the house back to his spot on a dang sheet LOL!

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