Zantedeschia potted plant – why does it drip?

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    I was given two potted Zantedeschias in full bloom. Both are perpetually dripping from the tips of their leaves. Is this good or bad and why does it happen?

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    Hello jayne! I’m suspecting your plants are undergoing ‘guttation‘. It’s their way to bring excess water or even nutrients out, this way it can maintain balance within. Thus, it’s definitely good for them and you can consider it a sign of good health!

    I personally love the article of Nature & Garden about this. You can find there all you need to know about guttation. Here’s the link for easy reference:

    Let me know if you have more questions.  🙂

    “You got to be a gardener to appreciate dirty and muddy hands.”

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