oneeyeluke said:Take the plant out of the deco pot and allow the soil to dry well. It looks like a waterng issue. When you took the pot out of the deco pot, was it heavy or light weight?
WillC said:Your plamt is a Dracaena deremensis 'Lemon-lime.'
When new leaves are discolored or dying it is a clear sign of recent root damage caused by repotting and/or overwatering.
How much of the original soil did you remove when you repotted?
How do you decide when to water and how much do you give it.
WillC said:Oh, dear. That means it was probably overwatered at the store. I hope they gave you a good price!
Remove any soil you added to the top of the original rootball when you repotted as that soil prevents oxygen from penetrating the root zone readily and makes it harder to determine when to water. The uppermost roots should be just barely covered with soil. Then, allow the top half-inch of the remaining soil to feel dry before watering just enough to last for about a week.
Recovery will depend on just how badly damaged the roots were by the overwatering. Other than letting the soil around the roots dry out properly, there is nothing more you can do.