Answer: The soil around your pentas may be staying a bit too wet. This excludes oxygen from the roots, causing them to die. As roots are lost the top turns yellow and starts to die too. Even without soggy soil, you can run into some root rots that will take out the plants. There is not a practical control for these other than maintaining proper soil moisture levels.
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