Tricks when buying plants
Many take the plant and look from above, even if it looks pretty. It is better to look directly at the base from below.
In order to have as little effort as possible during transport, the plants are often poured almost unclogged and thus in the lighter state. At the dealer, they are then dipped properly. Postural defects can be recognized on the trunk by discoloration, drying, etc.
The more leaves have already been cut off at the bottom of the plant, the more caution is required. Watch out for a stable trunk. In seedlings on most risen seedlings. And finally you look at the undersides of the leaves and stalks after pest infestation. If you keep this in mind, you will certainly find the right plant and will not experience any unpleasant surprises later.