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By Sundews69
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I moved some plants around to reach a different plant at the back of my set up. I apparently put them under a specifically hot spot. Within the next few days they completely dried out and I never noticed :roll: . Will my plants be ok?
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After - he just started flowering :(
After - he just started flowering :(
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Cat ate off the flower stems  :/
Cat ate off the flower stems :/
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Was a cephalotus
Was a cephalotus
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There was a cape that was damaged too but every pic I take it too large
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By Panman
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Joined:  Wed Mar 04, 2020 8:41 pm
I would also bag them in case the root system is compromised. You have to balance that with watching for rot, so it can be tricky.
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