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tiny leaves on elephant ear plant

Posted by suschmoo2 z5OH (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 8, 09 at 15:24

last year someone gave me a nice ee plant, i brought it inside over the winter, let it go dormant. i started watering it in the spring, but it wasnt growing much. i repotted it, there was no bulb, just roots. it is growing very slowly, leaves are about 1".what's wrong?


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RE: tiny leaves on elephant ear plant

The first few leaves are always small, but they will increase in size which each new leaf.

Jake


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RE: tiny leaves on elephant ear plant

Most baby elehant ears have very small leaves. Mine was a huge bulb about 7 inches long and 3 inched wide, and it had a pretty big first ear size, but a smaller blub or less roots will result in smaller begining leaves, but by late july or so it should be much larger.

good luck


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RE: tiny leaves on elephant ear plant

thanks for the replies and encouragement


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