I have a Calathea plant and the new leaves it's growing are forming with crispy, dried out tips. (Please see photos)
Does anyone know the reason for this and what I can do to prevent it?
The rest of the plants look healthy but it's just the new leaves growing this spring that have this. They are already have the dried tips even before unfurling it appears.
My research on internet suggests it could be low humidity. However, that room is consistently 50% humidity. I run a humidifier and there are other Calathea in the room without the same issue.
Any advice would be much appreciate.