wilted leaves on Chinese Evergreem - Knowledgebase Question

Torrance, Ca
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Question by sandy49
August 18, 2010
What would cause my Chinese Evergreen leaves to wilt? They are not yellow and there's still some new growth trying to come out.

Answer from NGA
August 18, 2010
It's difficult to diagnose a plant problem without actually seeing it. If the leaves are droopy, too much water, or dry air or even hot winds can cause the problem. New growth is a good sign so encourage that as much as you can and wait to see if the wilting leaves turn brown or fall off. If so, clip them off the plant to make it look more attractive. Best wishes with your Chinese Evergreen!

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