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Help Identify Plant

Posted by scouter06 none (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 28, 13 at 15:56

I inherited this plant and have no idea what it is. Some leaves are developing spots. There are no visible signs of bugs. Any help is appreciated.


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RE: Help Identify Plant

did you recently repot it ...

do you imagine .. if so.. that you stressed it ...

are they all the older leaves??? .. you can see the scale left when old leaves fell off.. are these the next in line...

did the plant move locations... and how did light change ????

does that crock have drainage.. the media looks awful wet ...

ken


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Thank you for your reply ken -
I have not repotted it. The smaller leaves are new. The leaves grow very large, change to a purply color and then fall off. The plant has not changed locations, except that I rotate it once a week. The crock does have drainage, and the soil is very dark (even when bone dry).
I have no idea what type of plant this is. Should I be concerned about the spots, should I trim the woody stalks?


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RE: Help Identify Plant

Croton / Codiaeum


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RE: Help Identify Plant

Thanks Thedecoguy


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