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Can someone help me please?!?! I just separated and repoted my senecio vitalis because two of them in one pot was too crowded. Now, they are both turning purple. The one in the photo did sustain minor injuries during repotting, but the other one is turning purple as well. They are placed next to a window, it is winter, and the stem side facing the window has the most coloring. Could it be too much sun, or too cold? Thanks!
Can someone help me please?!?! I just separated and repoted my senecio vitalis because two of them in one pot was too crowded. Now, they are both turning purple. The one in the photo did sustain minor injuries during repotting, but the other one is turning purple as well. They are placed next to a window, it is winter, and the stem side facing the window has the most coloring. Could it be too much sun, or too cold? Thanks!
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Don't worry, plants-especially succulents-usually turn shades of purple or red in the winter. Some even drop a few leaves or even get a bit smaller. I would keep the watering schedule the same, and try to have the plants in a room-temp environment. Plus, after repotting, it takes a while for the plant to adjust anyway.
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