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greenchild623

  • 2 years ago

why are the leaves on my amaryllis starting to turn pink???

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  1. greenchild623
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    i have two amaryllis plants inside and i wanted to know if that is normal or not...

  2. greenchild623
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    this is the 1st amaryllis... notice the red line... \

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    and this is the 1st amaryllis... sorry about the wait...

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    i mean't 2nd... :P

  5. jburman
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    doesn't that mean the cells are dying, and the green chlorophyll degrading revealing the underlying red pigments? also, viral infection can cause changes in color.

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