@Naeem @Drew51 @hoosierbanana @ampersand
I have a few successfully rooted cuttings (started in Feb), all having at least five leaves and seem to be growing reasonably well in 2-gal pots under growing lights in my basement. Two of them seem to be very slowly growing and showing signs that worry me.
The first is VDB that has about five ~2 inch long leaves on a 2 inch stem, but have been like that for the past 3-4 weeks, with no new leaves and no growth in the size of the existing leaves. The leaves are not wilted and are green, though one of them started getting slightly paler green.
The second is Rond de Bordeaux, it has relatively smaller leaves (1-2”) on ~2” stem, but the leaves have light green spots in a darker green background. It is still producing new leaves, but they grow slower than other plants, and they don’t seem to grow to the same size as other plants (they are half the size of my Sal’s GS and one tenth the size of the leaves of my Red Lebanese Bekaa Valley, the latter is doing great producing leaves close in size to those of a mature tree).
Any insights or advice?