Ia this avocado normal?


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Depending on how long ago you transplanted the plants it is probably transplant shock. And remember that they need full sun and will not do very well in a place like where the picture was taken.
 
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Thank you Chuck! It was transplanted 2 days ago. It was very very hot here today, so I was scared it might die but I'll leave Somewhere with full sun
 
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Thank you Chuck! It was transplanted 2 days ago. It was very very hot here today, so I was scared it might die but I'll leave Somewhere with full sun
I would acclimate it slowly to its new home, not just thrust it into its new home. Try to acclimate it in a way that is as close as possible as to where you obtained the plant.
 
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Thanks a lot for your insight Chuck heheh :)
I think the leaves look a bit burnt, but it just rained so I won't water them for now. You're right, it was not receiving any sunlight till now, so it must be transplant shock
It's making new leaves, I hope it gets more resistant with time
 

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With him everything is fine, do not worry, he is so used to it. It looks very cool for you. The only thing he needs is more light
 
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Looking forward to seeing pictures of your plants as the year progresses. :)
 

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