Hi again. I posted this plant before, it’s an OZ refugee that I got very cheap, it had thrip damage, no live roots, had the postbloom growth and one tender shoot (which promptly succumbed to a white rot, as did one, two, three of the postbloom growth leaves)...but one leaf did survive and I kept hoping...then at last, after 9 months, a nub oc growth! And here is that nub a couple months later. I don’t understand what caused the browning in an otherwise happy-appearing growth and would love to avoid it in the they’re. Nothing else in that wardian case thing has browned or burned. There was some paling-out among other plants in June that I attributed to sun stuff so I did move them around and it promptly reversed, but my understanding of P. philippinense is that it’s a high-light plant anyway. The one mature remaining leaf is succulent like an agave! Blows my mind. Not confident at all with these multiflorals. Advice appreciated. This one is in a Wardisn case with an open top in a southeast window in my Chicago apartment. Thank you all.