Answer: I think you're doing everything right to keep your plant healthy. Most plants shed their oldest leaves in favor of developing healthy new leaves. If the oldest leaves, those on the lowest part of the stem, are yellowing, it's probably a natural occurance. Once the leaves are shed, new leaves should take their places. If they don't, you can pinch off the tips of the stems and that will force new growth lower down on the stems. Enjoy your beautiful plant!
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