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Thick, Bronzing Leaves

Posted by jkc1023 7 (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 18, 13 at 19:50

Hi Everyone,
My carnosa was moved outdoors three weeks ago. Shady back yard area. The leaves are thicker or at least more rigid and turning a bronze color on the underside. Its still putting out flowers and new growth, but I'm concerned about this change. Temps are in the 70 and 80's, moderate humidity, night temps upper 50's. I'm watering twice a week....

Should I be concerned??
Thanks!


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RE: Thick, Bronzing Leaves

wish mine would bronze up! :)


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RE: Thick, Bronzing Leaves

Oh my! Is it supposed to??


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RE: Thick, Bronzing Leaves

Many hoya produce a bronze coloring, especially on new growth. It's very desirable. Betcha it looks nice!

Gail


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RE: Thick, Bronzing Leaves

I think so! but I'm kinda new. You can google "Hoya leaf bronzing" and see what comes up! It's exciting to read about new things :)


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