Batteries died so I didn't get to take all the pictures that have been demanded of me (yes demanded!). Some of the pictures came out bad, since I'm becoming a snob, so they won't be shown either. Tomorrow after they recharge there will be more.
Ok some of those suck too, but Jes is pushy and Bek is an enabler of that pushiness. Note some yellow leaves. Not sure if they are just old. I have been misting just every other day with modified EI water. The results have been good for growth. I'm wondering if I should get a second bottle just for more frequent misting of plain water. The humidifier doesn't even run since the temperatures have cooled.
The water is clearer because I changed 8 gallons today, which isn't all that's in there. That's right my emersed tank has more water than some people's fish tanks. I'm a fan of irony. If nitrates or low pH were a cause for the leaves instead this should correct it. Been a couple weeks since I did a water change anyway.
The submerged C. nurii leaves have just about melted off all at once.
What you can't see in there well is the spathe that still hasn't opened (Sorry Kitty). If you can spot the second spathe in the pictures you're really good. Go ahead and guess.
I did manage a few close ups of one plant that came out right. It's our good friend Gunung Sumpit.
The yellow leaf there was pitted when I received the plant. I'm surprised it lasted so long. The picture I took of the sideshoot didn't come out well, but you can kind of see it there. I think the time has come to split this guy. I'll take a picture tomorrow and we'll call it Exhibit B. Why B? Because I have an Exhibit A...
...apparently my pots aren't good enough.