<u></u> With the help of you lovely forum people, I found out Ivy here is actually an Amaryllis plant. After dealing with her gnat issue, I repotted her. Suddenly her two leaves began hanging sadly. Did I do something wrong, or will she bounce back once she’s acclimated to her new home? I read that these plants have a sort of schedule if you want them to bloom again — would now be the time of year to get her as much light as possible, or is it better to keep her in medium indirect light for the time being? (Washington State) <div>Thank you in advance, this forum is such a huge help!</div>
<b></b>Ordered her online, but she’s completely different from the plant I ordered. It looks like she might be a bromeliad but her leaves are thicker. Her main stem came damaged and started withering. I’m not sure if I should trim that part or leave it be. I’ve been watering whenever her soil a few inches down is dry, but recently the top part of the soil is turning almost grey. She also has a few tiny flies around her. Any help would be much appreciated!