NC, United States
My son and I were walking to the carp pond last and passed by one of the homes that was destroyed (We were all by a tornado on 27 Mar 2010) As we were walking by I saw this Devil's Ivy where the kitchen USE to be. It was in a vase with no water. I have to assume it once had water because the plant is still green but the vase was turned over. The owners have moved and have not been back for several weeks. I couldn't just leave it there.
My question is how can I revive it? It's hard to explain the shape it is in. Very limp I guess I would say. It has what feels like a film of grease on all the leaves ( It was beside where the stove once stood) There is insulation all over the place. So it has both grease and insulation stuck to it. Can I clean it without damaging it or is it too late?
I want to save it if I can. The one I had was also damaged by the tornado as were most of my plants. Any tips on what to do is appreciated.
This is what it looks like. I just filled the vase with distilled water until I could figure out what to do.
On plant Golden Pothos ( Devil's Ivy )
- 23 Apr, 2010