Back for more help/advise please. . . (pics)
Hi, I posted a question last week regarding my AV that refuses to bloom. My AV had two plants starting in the pot w/the mother plant, I was advised to seperate them, so I did. I had the plant in a north window (bright light due to sky light). I moved all the plants to an east facing window where I can pull the sheers to control the light, but they do get an hour of direct light but it's not hot. They are 12" away from the glass.I potted the new plants in a 3 oz solo cup and added perilite to the soil. I burried the mother plants "neck". The leaves (lower) are just above the rim of the pot. Now. . .
I didn't put the new plants in a baggie b/c they already had a small rootball. Should I put them in a baggie? I see some leaves starting to curl a bit, should I leave them and see if the recover or remove them? I keep the soil moist at all times, (top water). Is that enough of should they go in a bag?
Should I remove the lower leaves on the mother plant or leave them? It seems to have taken the transplant well, no signs of distress anyway. I also put it in a smaller pot. I didn't have to remove any of the rootball. I followed the rule of thumb regarding pot size and it needed a smaller pot. That could have been part of the problem.
Mother plant top view
Mother plant side view