Re: Squidgy Leaves on Phals

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Posted by Amy on May 05, 2003 at 16:39:43:

In Reply to: Squidgy Leaves on Phals posted by Nadine Parker on May 02, 2003 at 14:00:40:

few roots=little water storage=dried out, wrinkly leaves. try placing the phal pots in gravel trays with water. no pots touching the water. this will increase the overall humidity. misting can't hurt either. and increase the number of weekly waterings until the root growth increases. good luck.
: Some of the leaves on my phals are very soft, squidgy and wrinkly, any ideas why?? Also, one of the phals has hardly any roots, what could be his problem??

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