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I found these lophophora forgotten in a cardboard box for over a year. Most of them look really bad, and I am not certain the best way to save them. I hope the more experienced hands are willing to lend an opinion on the best way to save these. This was jourdania graft whose stock rotted out from under it. No rot on the scion, but it doesn't look good due to the medusa like etiolation: This is a willamsii: This is a L. willamsii too: This koehresii while ugly doesn't look too bad. Plant, let it plump up, and cut? How deep would you plant this? This fricii looks like it is in the best shape out of all of them. I think it's simply a matter of getting it back in soil Not sure what this is exactly. Either a koehresii or willamsii:
Hey guys, I went and checked on my Piper (pretty sure Auritum) the other day and I noticed many of the leaves have brown veins. I don't have a picture sorry. The brown colour is only on the veins and very sharp. It's planted in a very shady area into the soil. The soil is good draining mix on top of clay, with pine bark mulch. Any ideas on what this might be? My feeling is either frost damage, or a nutrient problem. A Salvia D (legal in my location) is growing in the same spot also in the soil without any brown veins (just a bit slow at this time of year). Thanks.