I've been wanting to share this set of pictures with you guys for a while. I had this sick elliptica that was really upsetting me because it was an unforgettable gift from a super sweet Hoya All Star, when I was having the hardest time successfully importing an elliptica alive. Plus, it's a particularly nice looking elliptica with very excellent veinage.
So it got paler and paler and paler and paler. I've photographed it here next to a couple of other ellipticas so you can see what normal green is. Also, look how different that rear specimen is!
So, I followed the advice of many people on here and gave it epsom salt in its water... and after just one week it had completely greened up! (The lighting is different in this shot, but trust me it's as green as the other plants now.)
So, thanks guys, for your many posts arguing over what the correct dosage is. :) I think you saved my poor plant and I'm so much happier and at ease now!
P's. If you're wondering why my ellipticas seem to have the measles, that's what happens when you spray ellipticas with neem oil. They're sensitive to it I guess.