Dried-out Leaves On Indoor Palm - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by dap85
February 11, 2000
I recently purchased a very large (ceiling-height) indoor palm-type plant (not sure what kind.) the directions that came with the plant said "bright light, water when soil is dry" and so that is what I have done, however the leaves have been developing brown, dried-out spots, and I have had to remove two entire leaves because they completely dried out.
Can you please give me suggestions on how I should really be watering this plant?


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Answer from NGA
February 11, 2000

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bottom of the pot for several
minutes.

Finally, keep the plant away from drafts, both hot and cold. You might also want to examine it very carefully for any signs of pests, either stippling of the foliage or fine webbing or anything else unusual. I hope this helps!


bottom of the pot for several
minutes.

Finally, keep the plant away from drafts, both hot and cold. You might also want to examine it very carefully for any signs of pests, either stippling of the foliage or fine webbing or anything else unusual. I hope this helps!


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