Maybe you guys can give me some advice... I got a starter plug of U. reniformis a year ago and put it in a pretty large pot that I just completely filled with LFS. It colonized the pot pretty quickly, but the leaves have never lasted very long and now it only grows leaves right at the edge of the pot and very few at a time. I keep it in very shallow standing water but tend to let the tray dry out between watering. I didn't provide any seasonal variation through the winter but plan on doing so in the future.
My plant is still doing well but I was wondering what the spotting on the leaves was, maybe normal aging or sunburn , would also like to ask when the best time to remove from the tray and allow the pot to dry out for winter
Not sur on the protocol of what some term thread bumping but here is the current status of my U. reniformis. Corky mine was out, allbeit in an unheated greenhouse over winter, standing in some water at all times, so was probably in similar conditions, it may come back.
I left my reniformis pot in the garage over winter (it had pretty much died back completely before that for some reason anyway) and there's at least 5 good leaves coming up now. That's more than its done since last spring.
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