Don’t panic its a stenoglottis!!!

Thanks go to Kate Harman in year 8 for a timely reminder that your stenoglottis (longifolia or fimbriata) will soon be losing its leaves, just like Kate’s in the photo. It is worrying when leaves go soft and brown but it is normal. Remove the leaves when they drop off and stop watering until new growth starts in January of February.


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  1. Agnes Jones says:

    Aren’t we meant to repot these annually in the spring?

    • Simon Pugh-Jones says:

      Yes, every year or ev eery other year it is a good idea to repot as new growth starts.