Answer: Excessive browning from the base and working up the plant is sometimes due to overwatering. This plant is very tolerant of dry soil so you should not need to water it too often. To know if you need to water, check the soil with your finger. If it is still damp do not water yet. Also, you may find that some of the oldest foliage drops as the plant continues to grow. This is sometimes more noticeable if the plant is not grown in full sun. Now that you've moved it to a sunnier spot, the new foliage it develops should be healthy. When it begins to grow new leaves you can cut away the browning leaves. Just as a precaution, try to keep water off the leaves when you water your plant. Best wishes with your Euyrops.
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