As most of you know, I have many, many houseplants (32 at last count). They range in age from my recent February purchase (Anthurium) to my Rubber plant and Crown of Thorns, both gifts from CT friends/co-workers, which are fifteen years old.
While the cactus, also a gift, (shown below) is from a friend in VA, it is not the plant I need help with. However, I just had to show you what it's done over the past few months, which I am happy about. It has new spines EVERYWHERE!!
If it's happy, I'm happy...:)
Now the plant shown below I have a question about.
It is a small palm and has always done well with the care (or neglect) I've given it. My question is this: can anyone tell me what in Heavens name the growth is toward the middle of the plant?
Examining the growth closely, it does appear to be part of the plant. IF you know what it could be, help would be appreciated...:)
What is it?
Does it mean it's time to repot?
Do I let it continue to grow?
Do I cut if off?
just seeing, saying, and sharing...
Plant Help...Pretty Please
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