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BewilderedGreenyO.o
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Plant Deadheading Itself??

LOL I really struggled with a title for this topic as I really don't even know how to explain this.

I order plants online quite a bit and I noticed something that happens with plants that there might be a name for. I discribe it as Plant deadheading Itself because it literally picks a spot just below the leaf and withers there but leaves the rest of the stem looking healthy. It happened when I recieved my monstera and now happened to one of the leaves on my newest begonia addition. So what gives? :D Here are some pictures, lookng forward to hearing your responses!

[img]https://i618.photobucket.com/albums/tt261/NySnap/Plants/Plant%20Issues/P1010156.jpg[/img]
Confusion at its Finest :D
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DoubleDogFarm
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I'm wondering if it's transition shock. Were they grown in a cool greenhouse and now in a warm house?

The other leaves look a little stressed also. Could be root bound and over watering.

Just some thoughts

Eric

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