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Hey all!

This is my first winter (now spring) with this little Psychotria Viridis so i'm not too sure what to expect.

The new emerging growth seems to show browning on the tips, is this due to low humidity? Will it cause problems in the future?

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Also! The older growth seems to be falling off quite easily in the wind leaving only a few leaves on the plant

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I have salvaged about 3 leaves and am trying to clone them at the moment.

Thanks so much everyone!

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all look's well! 

tips getting brown, no problems.:)

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3 hours ago, withdrawl clinic said:

all look's well! 

tips getting brown, no problems.:)

Good to know! I wont worry about it!

Im sure spring will bring some nice new growth 

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My viridis seems to be absolutely thriving in little to no sun.  (It's actually burst through the pot drain holes and is now well and truly growing in the ground - creating a bit of a dilemma...)

 

Anyway, I think you'll find indirect sunlight is all they really need in NSW's dry temperate climate.

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3 hours ago, SayN said:

My viridis seems to be absolutely thriving in little to no sun.  (It's actually burst through the pot drain holes and is now well and truly growing in the ground - creating a bit of a dilemma...)

  

Anyway, I think you'll find indirect sunlight is all they really need in NSW's dry temperate climate.

Thats good news! 

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