So I'm left with these plants that are a month after heavy rain. See picture. Still very green for whats there but nothing new growing. I flipped the pot upside down to drain the excess water when the heavy rain happened and have let it dry out almost all the way (Same I've been doing for months), so they were never in a puddle of water. I still collect rain water and keep all the soil damp but not soaked. Any ideas here? Happened to anyone else? One of the plants already died that I removed. I fear the hard rain may have hit directly on the rhizome and split all the leaves and it just got too much damage.
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