Spooning Leaves . . . when they should NOT?
The sucker I managed to cut off the original Beca's Pink Crochet plant was placed in the Self-Watering planter. It's catching up in size, in part due to the fact that I keep pulling leaves off the older one.
First leaves of both plants seem to be spooned shape and as they grow out they unfurl, leaving light colored stretch marks on the edges of the leaves.
I don't know if this is common.
I don't think it's a desired trait!
Plant ID I'm going by:
(9891) 02/04/2008 (C. Beca) Double pink frilled star. Dark green, heart-shaped, quilted/red back. Semiminiature.
I thought it might be an issue with serrated edges.
But ID suggests otherwise as it doesn't actually say the edges are serrated. Hopefully it's not a lack of nutrient due my fertilizer choice. (?)
It doesn't seem like it's the fertilizer, as the older plant seems to be growing out of it.
BONUS: Blooms are beginning to show above the original plant!(With a little nudge to help it between the leaves. Just to keep me humbled, the next plant I tried to "nudge" a bud for snapped completely off. <sigh> )