Strange leaf formation in E. barthii (melon sword)
I have a red melon sword that when purchased looked like it was growing emersed form leaves. In its transition to submersed (I'm assuming), the leaves are forming in kind of a gnarly, twisted pattern (if you can call it a pattern). Is this customary as plants transition to different growth formations? Is it lacking nutrients (I buried 1/3 of a Jobe's palm and fern stick under the plant a few days after planting)? Thanks for any input.
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