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Thanks to the advice of experts from the Plant Clinic, understand the diseases of your flowers and learn how to treat them. Today, it is a chlorophytum whose health seems to be declining which is submitted to Jean-Louis Leca. Follow his analysis and recommendations on video!
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<< Bonjour, je possède une plante qui passe ses journées avec moi au bureau. Je l'ai récupérée en piteux état il y a deux ans. Depuis, j'essaye de la relancer mais elle perd tout de même ses feuilles. Je l'arrose régulièrement et lui fais faire quelques cures de soleil, en vain. >>
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Auscultation and diagnosis
The problem of this gardener is a typical case of a houseplant. Here, it's a chlorophytum that shows signs of weakness. Yet it is an excessively hardy plant that can do without water for long periods. Poor development therefore does not come from a problem linked to watering. In this case, the chlorophytum suffers from a lack of sunshine and a bad state of its root bowl. That is, the substrate in place is no longer suitable for the roots of the plant. They therefore cannot feed it properly.
In this case, it is strongly advised to repot the chlorophytum. By providing it with well-structured and well-drained soil, the roots will again be able to properly nourish the plant. On the other hand, it is important to provide it with more sunshine. Choose semi-shaded locations, that is to say, bright but not directly exposed to the sun. With this advice, the chlorophytum should be able to develop normally and regain health. You too, ask your questions at The Plant Clinic!