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Nov 25, 2016 9:20 PM CST
|I bought my Pilea Peperomioides a few months ago when it only had two leaves and it has grown quite quickly into a lovely small plant. About two weeks ago however its lower leaves started to go yellow. The plant was sitting close to a window but not in direct sunlight. I moved it outside for a day to see if would make a difference but the leaves continue to yellow. About a month ago I used Seasol to fertilise it. Could that have affected it?
The yellow leaves seem to be increasing despite new shoots coming up and new leaves being green. Has anyone experienced anything like this with their Pilea?
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