AquaAggie Posted January 24, 2022 Share Posted January 24, 2022 (edited) I had two madagascar lace bulbs from the Co-Op in two separate tanks. They both did great initially although were very different from each other. Once had fairly slender and narrow leaves and the other was gigantic. Both would have leaves periodically rot away to be replaced with new growth. Over the last several months they have both kind of petered out. The narrower one now has no growth and the previously robust one has only a few small leaves. While trying to investigate them, it does not appear that either spouted any appreciable roots. The bulbs look a little eaten away on the bottoms but are not squishy or smelly. Do bulb plants need to go through periodic dry phases? How does one do this? Do I just leave them alone and they will come back at random in the future? Thanks for the help. Edited January 24, 2022 by AquaAggie Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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