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Carla wrote at 2008-11-19 00:46:58
hi i had exactly the same problem and this was just the answer i was looking for! just thought i'd add a note, i JUST repotted my philodendron to a much larger pot. the roots were very large and i could tell the plant would go nuts in its new home. then it started "crying". so i can only assume it is due to its new amount of readily available water just as darlene has mentioned :)


robotronik wrote at 2011-05-02 01:55:33
I also noticed this happening to my healthy pathos plant, after I watered it. I'm glad to know what causes this to occur. Thank You!


Jean wrote at 2015-08-30 13:41:33
My philodendron (sp) has lived in water for at least 12 years!  This is the first time I have seen this.  I was shocked.  I even too closeup pictures because I didn't want anyone to think I was nuts!!!  LOL.  Thanks for my sanity!!!


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Darlene K. Kittle

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I have been an Advanced Master Gardener for 24 years and I raise around 300 houseplants and bonsai trees a year including tropicals, succulents, and cacti. I have also been a professional plant care person for businesses in the Fort Wayne, IN area and currently professionally care for bonsai trees for my customers.

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I am also studying the Japanese art of bonsai with tropical plants and is President of the Fort Wayne, IN Bonsai Club.

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Fort Wayne, iN Master Gardeners. President of the Fort Wayne Bonsai Club. Allen County Master Gardeners

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I am not a hortculturist. I am a Purdue University Advanced Master Gardener for 24 years. I have studied plants on a personal level by growing hundreds of plants annually for the last 35 years. I have also studied under several nationally known American Bonsai experts.

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